House Tour: Hamptons-style home in Poland that houses a collection of opulent accessories and handcrafted artworks

Located in the Polish city of Gdynia, an important seaport on the south coast of the Baltic Sea, this home comprising two storeys and a basement is the residence of a Polish couple, who own an IT company, and their teenage daughter. The 3,606sqf property is situated in a very exclusive residential neighbourhood close to the city centre and is also near a forested area. 

The project got off to a very good start as the homeowners approached interior architect Lucyna Kolodziejska very early on in the project. “We had an optimum amount of time to design the interior, and we were able to agree on elements such as the colours of the facade and where the roof windows should be located, for instance,” says Lucyna.

“I also learnt about the clients’ amazing interests, what they do for leisure and the places that they like to travel to,” she adds. Through these initial interactions, Lucyna was able to pin down the interior design style for the home. “We knew that the house would be classic, stylish and elegant. I drew inspiration from the now fashionable, then not very popular, Hamptons style,” she shares.