MIKOLAJSKAstudio has shared photos of an apartment in Krakow, Poland, that includes a main living level with a bedroom enclosed behind a glass wall.
The primary bedroom is located behind the black-framed glass wall, allowing natural light to travel throughout the interior.
In the bedroom, the brick wall is structural and was exposed to act as an accent wall. Deep blue cabinetry has been built around a mirror.
The view from the bedroom shows the living room, dining area, kitchen, and stairs.
The burnt orange accents in the bedroom are also featured in the living room, creating a cohesive interior design.
The dining area features an oval table with blue upholstered chairs, while the kitchen includes white and grey cabinetry.
Wood stairs with contrasting black metal accents lead to the upper floor of the apartment.
Upstairs, there are additional bedrooms, both of which feature multiple skylights. In one bedroom there’s a wallpaper with botanicals, birds, and animals.
In the other bedroom, burnt orange accents are featured again, and there’s a built-in bench, as well as a wallpaper with a hot air balloon print.