Colour Coded

January, 2018

 

A connection between the classic and modern, contemporary and chic, the home reflects one big mid-century heart. “I wanted to draw inspiration from the now fashionable but then not very popular Hampton’s Style. Its name comes from a small region of the USA, situated on Long Island in New York.

 

Colour Coded 

 

Great politicians, renowned actors and rich New Yorkers have their beautiful, luxurious summer homes there. Additionally, as is now typical for my style, I contrasted this style with dark elements, often purely black details, to go away from the ocean’s atmosphere towards the Baltic North”, said Lucyna Kolodziejska, Interior Architect, Interiors Factory. 

 

  Colour Coded

 

The Entrance features designer tiles, while the corridor uses large mirrors to bring in the classical style. “I really love Galliano lamp, use them often in my projects. Its great connection between very modern and a little bit classic style for me. Gold finished inside made them more classic and the way how they give a light for the interior its jus absolutely amazing”, she adds talking about her choice of the designer lamps by DelighFull.

 

Colour Coded

 

The Dining area draws inspiration form the 50s for not a very heavy classical look. The living room, quite on the contrast uses subtle and warmer tones of beige and browns. The house features an exclusive Sauna area too. Describing the idea behind this, the Interior architect says, “I wanted to connect my clients here with the places where they love to spend their holidays . thats why it’s a big photo wallpaper with Greek island beach and the same one on the small cabinet behind the armchairs.”

 

Colour Coded


The bedroom is nice and airy. Featuring a writing desk and a mixed collection of lamps, it uses a very different vibe that is calm and serene nonetheless. All in all, the house is a bright mix of the new and old.