Polish designer Marta Chrapka of Colombe Design recently transformed a 1930s Warsaw apartment from drab to fab for an international lawyer relocated from France to Poland. The apartment’s varied rooms run the gamut from eclectic-chic to bohemian to Wes Anderson-esque; each one a feast for the eyes. Enjoy the tour! Photography by Rafal Lipski.
requested a touch of Parisian flair, and Chrapka delivered by stripping the apartment down and building it back up with new hardwood floors, period style moldings and the perfect white wall color.
AS FOR THE DECOR…
Chrapka took a boldly eclectic approach mixing dynamic modern lighting, vintage and antique ebay finds, delightful shots of color and a wild array of wallpapers.
seamlessly combines with rustic furniture, slick modern art and quirky sculptural lighting.
FOR AN EXTENDED TOUR…
of Colombe Design’s Paris in Poland renovation, we thoroughly recommend a visit to its recent feature in Vogue Living.
1. Sculptural Pendant Light
2. Hand Printed Banana and Coconut Tree Wall Paper
3. Free Blown Glass Art
4. Molded Plywood Chair
5. Hoop Chandelier
6. Round Sculptural Mirror
7. Marble and Brass Side Tables / Pedestals
8. Brass Hardware Knobs
9. Malachite Wallpaper