Szwalnia by Karina Wiciak Capitalizes on Tailor-Themed Decor

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: • References: wamhouse.pl & dezeen
Translating from the Polish word for "sewing room," Szwalnia by Karina Wiciak is a fantasy restaurant interior designed to capitalize on the tailor motif.

The entire space appears to be held together by black thread, as stitching shows on various borders and details in the space. Interpretation of the theme is also seen with tassel light fixtures and careful draping of blue fabric. Perhaps what is most cheeky is the detailing in the chairs that resemble pin's cushions, adding to the feel that one is in a sartorial creation space.

According to Dezeen Magazine, the space is part of design firm Wamhouse's twelve-part series of imagined interiors. Szwalnia by Karina Wiciak showcases the most clever of detailing making it an exciting interior design concept. Stats for Stitched Surface Interiors Trending: Older & Warm
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