Discover a new take on classic and contemporary design with the incredible Poco Design studio!
Poco Design studio was founded by Warsaw’s Academy of Fine Arts graduate, Patrycja Suszek-Raczkowska, that graduated from The Department of Interior Design in 2007. Since then, her career took off and Poco Design studio was built with a passion for contemporary and classic design with a timeless neverending twist. Today, we’re taking a look at some of the interior design projects by Poco Design.
Il Sogno Restaurant, Stockholm
Contemporary meets Scandinavian in this Italian restaurant in Stockholm, an homage to design with a neutral color scheme but a vibrant and modern vibe that we just can’t help but adore. Wooden tables, metal elements, beautiful and simple dining chairs and pendant lighting pieces that bring back a somewhat industrial theme, it’s impossible not to love this project by Poco Design.
In this apartment, the classic and retro style reigns, an harmony between past and present with a touch of contemporary to the mix. Personal elements are added to the decor and classic art in different styles decorates the walls behind the upholstered couch. A wall full of shelves and plants here and there bring a fresher look to this living room. In the kitchen, the retro style is evident in the Smeg fridge and remaining decor. In the bedroom, a more boho look is taken into consideration, producing a beautiful design throughout the apartment.
Loft Hair Emergency
For a commercial project, nothing like the Loft Hair Emergency hair salon, designed just like an industrial loft. Beautiful designs on the wall complement the raw look of the space, and we can’t help but adore the mix of the different types of wood and styles, from classic to Scandinavian and industrial. Poco Design manages to surprise every single time with incredible projects that are simply modern and timeless.
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