I think, that some of you, who followed me on Instagram stories, during my recent trip to Warsaw, could see my friend’s amazing duplex apartment. I totally fell in love with her spacious flat and was already planing in my head about how I would like my new apartment to look like.
I realized, that I definitely need more space and more daylight in my house! If I would be choosing some new place to live now, I would definitely go for a duplex apartment on the top floor, just as my friend did. This would allow me to have roof windows, which I found really practical. You get so much more light, once having such kind of windows! If you are interested in getting them in Hungary, you should definitely visit: Velux, located at Zsófia u. 1-3 in Budapest. It’s one of the best companies in the world, when it comes to roof windows (and extremely popular in Hungary) but additionally offers many types of decorations, sun shields, roller shutters or installation products.
How about interiors? I still have a dilemma choosing the best style, if I would need to organize my flat again. Scandinavian one is still close to my heart but nowadays I realized, that I am focusing a bit more on alluring items, such as: lamps, carpets, pillows and small pieces of furniture. I love all types of baroque style commodes, little benches or poufs. They look just phenomenal in a spacious room. It’s the same when you wear pretty simply outfit but you add some eye catching accessories.
At the moment, my biggest obsession are lamps! (which I am searching for since 2 years, without a success). In Budapest, it’s extremely hard to find a stylish one, either you have a very basic option of IKEA or a quite costly option at Zara Home, not to mention about very expensive ones from designer stores. But there is still a hope for people who would like to find something fancy, but do not wish to pay a fortune for that. It’s enough when you visit this website: http://www.mobcenter.
If you need daily inspirations on how to arrange your apartment, you should definitely follow Homebook.pl fan page, which is the biggest interior design portal in Poland and of course, Apartment Therapy – my daily dose of fresh ideas on how to make my home more fashionable, prettier and comfortable.
What’s your favorite interior style? Do share your comments.