D58 is a contemporary residence that was sketched out by a company called Widawscy Studio Architektury. It is located in Mikolów, Poland, and it impresses with a warm, welcoming ambiance and with a generous selection of contemporary facilities and amenities. The furnishings also deserve a mention, especially since they are of the highest quality.
A white leather sofa and two small black glossy coffee tables are found in the living room, while the kitchen includes a round white table for five and state-of-the-art appliances. We also really like the elliptic cylinder range hood that is suspended from the ceiling, as well as the random geometric décor details such as the kitchen stools and the diamond-frame fruit bowl.
D58 has two levels that are connected by an interior staircase with wooden steps. The bedrooms boast a combination of natural wood features that contrast nicely with the crisp white curtains, walls, ceilings and beds. One of the bathrooms flaunts the same texture and color combination, while the other comes with a mix of black and white.
Photos by Tomasz Borucki
From the architect:
Minimalism and a maximum of open space are the basic assumptions of presented interior. Designers arranged them with elegant simplicity. They decided to contrasting statement of white, black and American walnut. Large windows overlooking the garden and the forest heighten the feeling of spaciousness.
The ground floor is dominated by white and broken black accents. On a white background, accompanied by black and walnut veneer accents appears the designer bar stools, round table and glass lamp. Suspended on white wall modern painting by Polish artist becomes a true work of art, especially in so frugal interior. Black wall with TV and fireplace creates a contrasting background for sofas and lamps.
The only separate the interior of the ground floor is the bathroom. Glass high door to the bathroom illuminate to the hallway with natural light. The bathroom is dominated by contrasts. The Black and white tiles together with the mirror plate in the form of a brick adds the interior elegance. On the 1st floor the bedroom and the bathroom is dominated by delicate statement combined with nut, without strong contrasts. Shades of white dominate in bedroom, and the travertine in bathroom. Glass doors divide the bedroom from the bathroom, visually merging these two interior spaces. The gym is the only energy and color interior throughout the house.