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Design and turnkey finishing of a modern apartment in an industrial part of Krakow. The “come in and live” service on ul. Fabryczna

The interior presented in the photos and visualizations below is the result of a combination of modern solutions, designer accessories and high-quality materials. Bold and a bit industrial interior in a subtle way refers to the industrial identity in the investment at Fabryczna street of the developer Inter-bud. Therefore, while developing the interior design, important details were not forgotten, such as a brick wall in the living room, lamp shades of an industrial character, a combination of gray and wood, as well as ceiling beams in the hall, which look great on a higher ceiling.

A modern interior for a family

The apartment has nearly 90 sq m. It consists of a day zone, two children’s rooms, a master bedroom and two bathrooms. The interior design as a place for spending time together and for family entertainment. It is also a space to develop individual passions, rest or remote work. The whole is complemented by flowers, designer lighting, original decorations in the form of graphics and vases.

A bedroom with a place to work

If remote work, why not straight out of bed? Such a solution was proposed in the master bedroom thanks to a modular table. From now on, morning duties can be a pleasure, especially when we are served breakfast with coffee right in bed. It is worth paying attention to the combination of an upholstered bed with a headboard and wooden furniture, which was supplemented with vertical LED lighting. A hat lamp brings a bit of dynamism to this harmonious room. The whole thing looks phenomenal.

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A modern living room with an ergonomic kitchen

The living room with a kitchenette is the heart of this apartment. There was no shortage of space here for preparing meals or for storing products and dishes. Next to the island, there are bar seats for smaller meetings. While For family meals, a large, six-person table was selected. When designing custom-made furniture, there is space not only for built-in household appliances, but also for an effective display of decorative glass and wine collection. The other side of the room is a place to watch movies together and a home library that will contain all your favorite titles.

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When designing and finishing flats, we make every effort to ensure that they are well-thought-out and beautiful spaces, in accordance with the individual expectations of our clients. That is why our “come in and live” service is the most personalized option for turnkey finishing of a newly purchased property from a developer. More details about the Fabryczna City offer of the developer Inter-bud

Elegant bathrooms

There are two bathrooms in the designed and finished apartment. According to the customer’s tastes, they are complete opposites and are distinguished not only by their equipment, but also by the leitmotif. One has a free-standing bathtub, two countertop washbasins, and the whole is composed in light and gray tones, complemented by wood-like tiles. The second bathroom is built with dark colors. The combination of tiles with an original pattern and a free-standing washbasin looks extremely elegant, and the room is equipped with a walk-in wall with a linear drain.

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Children’s rooms

The children’s rooms are designed in different styles. As a result, everyone suits the tastes of the main user. The leitmotif of one of the rooms is a houndstooth pattern with a cat motif, while in the other, with powder-pink furniture, there are decorations referring to the design of clothes. Each of the rooms has been carefully planned to be comfortable for studying and relaxing, as well as having fun.

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Turnkey interior design and finishing in the “come and live” standard

Our standard in designing and finishing apartments is “come in and live” standard. It is a service that covers all the work and equipment and leads to a ready-to-live-in interior. More details about the “come in and live” standard are available here.

Economical, turnkey apartment

In addition to the realization of luxurious and prestigious interiors, we also construct apartments with a lower budget. An example of such an economical turnkey finish in the “come in and live” standard is the Barska project, which consists of an interior designed, finished, decorated and furnished.

The design of the apartment, referring to the universal and warm style, assumed the maximization of the use of the available space. The architect used a few clever solutions that are to translate into the comfort of users: fully built-in kitchen will allow easy storage of food products; the use of a mirror optically increases the room, and the curtain allows you to easily separate the kitchen area from the living room. Due to the small space and financial constraints, it was decided to install a suspended dryer above the bathtub.

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SaniWell – turnkey interiors – come in and live!

Bear in mind that the smaller the apartment, the proportionally higher the price. After all, it must include a bathroom, kitchen or other basic elements of interior design, while all those elements must be located on a smaller square meter. Below is one of these apartments.

The smallest apartment we have realized so far had 26 sq m. It was also a challenge for the architect to fit everything in this small area and make it look good. The project was carried out very well. It is a perfect example of the fact that even the smallest apartment must be designed in advance.

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The interior has been designed in a Scandinavian style. The original element of the interior is a contrasting modular wardrobe placed in the office. The apartment has been equipped with Ikea furniture. The glazed wardrobe in the hall optically increases the space of the apartment.

The presented interior uses a subdued scale of gray and white, supplemented with black details, which gave the apartment an industrial look. Sliding doors on the guide link a minimalist living room with a bedroom.

Original solutions make the space more attractive, saving limited space.

Based on the client’s needs, the interior was designed as a a game of contrasts. The strong dominance of white and black has been complemented by natural wood inserts.

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Below we present a turnkey project carried out in a two-level apartment in Krakow’s Bronowice. In theory, the apartment is large, nearly 90 square meters, but due to the fact that it is located on 2 levels, it seems to be smaller optically. In addition, a frequent feature of such flats are slants, which quite significantly limit the usability of rooms on the first floor.

The goal for the architect and contractors was to design the stairs to be as space-saving as possible, and at the same time comfortable and safe to use. Especially when children are also the users of the staircase.

The final costs are important when finishing interiors are for rent. Today, the housing market is becoming more and more difficult. The high supply of apartments translates into the preferences of customers who are looking for a higher standard.
In the case of investment apartments, the goal is to maximize benefits, among others by reducing renovation costs while maintaining an elegant style. In other words, the investor would like the implementation to be low cost but look rich. We have more and more orders for such finishing works.

It is worth noting that the presented interiors look much more expensive than they actually cost the investor. All this thanks to a good design that always increases the quality of the interior and a professional finish.

In the case of investment apartments, the goal is to maximize benefits, among others by reducing renovation costs while maintaining an elegant style. In other words, the investor would like the implementation to be low cost but look rich. We have more and more orders for such finishing works.

Sometimes the tiniest detail makes the space unique. In the presented project, an unusual balustrade was used, opening the staircase to the living room, giving the entire structure lightness. The space under the stairs was used as a practical storage space.

The apartment was fully implemented in accordance with the agreed design. It is worth noting that it looks much more expensive than it actually cost investors.

The project on Dekerta Street in Krakow is a perfect example of why it is worth using professional architect’s and turnkey finishing services.

The apartment in Ruczaj in Krakow is another Elegance interior we have completed and a perfect example of the use of both expensive materials and high-quality finishing works.

In the presented apartment, we have used large-format quartz sinters, a special vinyl floor on a cork substrate, a burnt graphite top, furniture in natural veneer and varnish. We have combined air conditioning, lighting hidden in the ceiling and interior heating into one coherent smart home system controlled by Grenton. All used solutions makes the apartment one of the most effective and, at the same time, the most expensive ones we have made.

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Quartz sinters placed on the walls in the bathroom and living room requires a wider description. Professional tools (e.g. from RUBI) are necessary for processing sinters. The experience of our employees, supported by the professional tools, translates into precise cutting and splitting the glass into the right size (e.g. a 3 cm strip of material at a length of 250 cm, cutting out any holes in the right place of this extremely hard material). Proper guides are also important, allowing for precise placement of sinter on the wall.

It is worth noting at this point that one mistake in the processing of this disc is often its loss, and thus the cost of about 1000 PLN. Therefore, not every contractor is able and willing to undertake this work. In the near future, there will also be a film from this production.

Our another project referring to the loft style. A project with a smaller budget but as you can see with an interesting idea. Once again it turns out that half of the success is a well designed project.

We made the first loft-style apartments in 2007. Three apartments at Krowoderska street, carried out in a rather harsh white style. The combination of Thassos marble panels, white painted furniture with Merbau countertops and gas fireplaces resulted in modern interiors.

Beside apartments, we created the entrance hall to the building. A very interesting combination of natural wood veneers, specially patinated copper made by an artist designer, and graphite basalt. The effect is complemented by well-chosen lighting which reflects well in a glass wall made of Lacobel glass. An interior that pleases the eye.