Villa Blaženka in Prague's Smíchov district has a rich history. Built between 1874 and 1876, it later served as the residence of JUDr. Aloise Koldínský, the mayor of Smíchov and the son-in-law of the theatre director Pavel Švanda. The poet Jaroslav Vrchlický and President T. G. Masaryk were among the villa's most important guests.
The most recent renovation has turned the former hotel into a private residence once again. The interior is spacious and bright, with a moderate colour palette.
The most striking feature is the Oakcent Sand oak floor in shades of natural oak. Wide planks with distinctive patterns and knots have been chosen to enhance the beauty of the fine wood.
The same material in a different colour - Hazel - is used to lining the stairs. The brown colour of the oak planks is ideal for stairs as it can withstand heavy loads well. At the same time, it creates a pleasant contrast in the interior.