Our style guide focuses firmly on JT Group today. Located in Gdańsk in Poland, JT Group is an interior architectural firm aimed at creating and improving the interior designs and functionality of residential houses and apartments, commercial hotels and office spaces, etc. Consisting of a vibrant team of architects and interior designers, the firm has completed quite the impressive list of projects in Poland and Europe, as well as select pieces worldwide.
For today’s highlight, we are zooming in on one of JT Group’s latest achievements: the interior splendour of a high-class apartment located in Sopot, a town located on the Baltic Sea in northern Poland.
A delicious mixture of modern style and classic finishes greet us in the living room, which becomes even more spacious once those French doors are flung open to reveal a charming little balcony outside.
Notice how those generous floor-to-ceiling bookcases inject a strong amount of character into this open-plan socialising zone, making for quite the interesting conversation topics.
A hop and a skip away from the seating- and dining area we find ourselves in the kitchen—and here is where the interior design style does a perfect 180° by changing colour scheme, switching up finishes and surfaces, and even upping its commitment to the dazzle factor (thanks to the golden finishes of the hardware, the up-class appliances, and that Bianco Carrara marble countertop of the island).
The deluxe style continues into the more private areas of the apartment. Case in point, this bathroom with all the required touches for a lavish look – and that includes the wooden-clad sauna next to the shower.
But practicality also features strongly in here, such as the brass mirror that can be turned various ways to fit the user’s needs, reflect as much or as little light as desired, and/or be cleaned perfectly.
Notice how the golden finishes of the faucets mimic those in the kitchen.
Our favourite piece in here? Most definitely the oval bathtub placed perfectly into the alcove of the wall and ceiling, allowing one to enjoy a most royal vibe during bath time.
Just like before, the interior look is altered considerably as soon as we switch rooms. For the main suite, a deep forest green is splashed onto the walls to complement Mother Nature's greens outside. And a touch of eclecticism is enjoyed via the various furniture- and accessory pieces that offset (while also complementing) one another.
Let us feast our eyes on a few more visuals that further detail these remarkable interiors.