By Fernande Melody. Interior. Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 05:37:25 AM.
For a lighter, more feminine feel, a powder blue is also a great option because it nicely complements the lighter-hued wood. The style is a fabulous blend of mid-century modern and nordic design that create a fresh piece, perfect for today’s Scandinavian interiors.
Can’t redo a whole room right now? Try adding just one piece that is in a black and white graphic and add some complementary accessories. This cabinet from Lim and Liu is paired with versatile candleholders that can reverse directions and feature opposite color combinations. The linear feel of the cabinet is a contrast to the curvy accessories. In fact, the candleholders alone would be a wonderful black and white accent for a room done in a traditional Scandinavian style.
The upper floor is use both as a family space and as a work area. The space is functionally divided and the overall look is airy and bright. This look is emphasized by the use of while-painted walls and ceilings in combination with light floors, thus creating the impression of a larger space.
As for the rest of the decor, the apartment includes many Scandinavian-inspired furntiure such as lots of classics like the Swan chair, a very elegant and stylish piece of furniture or the Arne Jacobsen Seven. The apartment is spacious and bright and there aren’t a lot of colors n there. Mostly there’s the white and lack, with some beige and brown insertions.
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