Tell us how long you’ve been living in this apartment and why you chose it.
I moved into this flat in May 2020, during the pandemic. When I first walked in here and saw the beautiful view on the park and Warsaw’s skyline, I made the decision to purchase it in 5 minutes. (laughs) I instantly felt there was a good energy here and I found this space very soothing. I love observing the changing seasons that show in the trees behind the windows. From the very first moment, I also knew how I would arrange every corner of this apartment.
So, what were your inspirations and ideas behind arranging this space?
When it comes to design, I am mainly drawn to modernism and Bauhaus. However, I am not as pragmatic, so I have to find the balance in that. I really enjoy vintage items, I love Blanca Miró’s style, and I like to create combinations that are not obvious. Two years ago, I went for a trip to Mexico and Los Angeles and it made me rethink my priorities a lot. Visiting those two places was incredibly influential for me, and now affects my aesthetics and the way I live. I am very inspired by what is happening around me — I absorb dance, music, food and people’s expressions, and it is the most intense when travelling. I can see that this then translates into my personal style and my interior.