There isn’t anything about this 1930s apartment in Warsaw, Poland that I don’t love. Just the charming herringbone wood floors, the dramatic light fixtures and the clever use of colorful wallpaper is inspiring enough to take bold risks when it comes to designing a space. Also, notice how the kitchen backsplash is covered in wallpaper but also beautifully protected by framed layered of glass. Genius!

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(via Vogue Australia)