We all know what is the power of first impression. In the apartment the first impression you got from the first room you enter – the entrance hall. It is a pity, the entrance hall is often underestimated.
Wood has been used in the interior design for ever. It has been both basic construction material and the material used in furniture design. Today wood is still applied as a basic furniture material but also is used for accessories and panelling.
Paper cutouts are undoubtedly fashionable. They have been inspiring artists, designers and interior designers for several years now. Their beauty and astonishing compositions have become a part of so called ethno-design. See the inspirations prepared by My Poland.
Collar is a luxury product… It plays a role of an elegant accessory, but if we tame it, a collar will suit perfectly well popular, simple clothes. A collar is tiptop for a big event as well as for a walk.
Grey ceramics, called “siwaki”, is the most unique Polish ceramics with the oldest tradition. Interesting form and colour of “siwaki” cause that they will fit modern interiors, as well as traditional interiors. See inspirations prepared by an interior architect – Mrs. Magdalena Gackowska, the Cat Inside company’s founder – and find out how to take an advantage of siwaks in your house.
Double-warped weaving is one one of the most interesting traditions, that has stood the test of time only in afew weaving centers all over the world. Today, decorative fabrics manufactured on XIX-centuary old looms will pose original and exceptional decoration of your home. See inspirations prepared by the interior architect.
Popularity of lace resulted in the interest of fashion world in collars. But more demanding Customers look for more refine accessories different than machine-made or even crochet-made ones. See the inspirations prepared by fashion designer: Joanna Misztela.
Makow embroidery is one of the most elegant from all Polish embroidery patterns characterized by classical beauty, simplicity and extraordinary subtlety. See the inspirations of the interior designer to find out how it can be applied in today’s interiors.
Paper jewellery is nothing new, as carton dahlias by Chanel paved the way. Our new collection Her by Misztela uses traditionally made crepe flowers. Check-out the inspirations prepared by the designer Joanna Misztela and the beauty session promoting the collection (Fot. Jaromir Wróblewski, model: Galina Lazhechnikava, make up: Koleta Gabrysiak, hair: Patryk Nadolny).