Luxus und Erhabenheit mit ungarischer Punkt
At the end of the 19th century, the Polish city of Katowice was nicknamed ‘Little Paris’. In recent years, major investments have been made to increase the liveability of the city centre of this ‘architectural gold mine’. The luxury and grandeur is also reflected in the furnishings of this fantastic studio-apartment in Katowice.
The designers chose the chic Hamptons Style, using light and natural-looking materials. In the living room and the office the mFLOR Parva Oak Chevron in the colour Piedmont (42214) was installed. These light oak strips are installed in the Hungarian Point pattern, which gives a beautifully classic, luxurious look, especially in combination with the marble accents in the rest of the apartment.
Interior decorator: Bosco Studio
Interior design: Projekt W