By Humbert Julien. Interior. Published at Monday, January 22nd, 2018 - 23:28:08 PM.
Many different colors were combined but they were beautifully balanced. Each room or space has its own palette of colors. For example, the kitchen and dining room area are probably the brighter spaces in the house. The kitchen is mostly white with black and ocher insertions. Then the space continues into the living room where an entire wall was painted ochre. It was combined with turquoise and blue accents and a brown sofa and the contrast is quite beautiful.
Generally, Scandinavian design does not prominently feature great deal of printed motifs, however, feathers are now trending in nordic-inspired decor. This doesn’t mean you have to start draping feather boas around your house. The trend features the motif in carved relief as well as a in restrained prints that have a natural feel. It’s the opposite of the over-the-top Jungalow style that features abundant leaf prints. Instead, a few carefully designed, detailed feathers are the accents on a pillow, print or other accessory.
The dining has large windows facing the courtyard, a very nice detail providing beautiful views and a calm atmosphere. The light apricot floors and the walls colored in a similar tone create a continuous image, also giving the impression of a larger space. From the dining room you reach the master bedroom. It has windows facing the same courtyard and bright yellow walls. The bedroom is connected to the laundry/bathroom.
The classic black and white color palette gets a Nordic kick when paired with classic Scandinavian shapes. This minimalist chair from Case is paired with a graphic rug. The setting has a comfortable Scandinavian feeling along with a lively pop from the rug pattern. Decorating a room — or multiple rooms — in black and white with Nordic furnishings creates a space that is minimalist and chic yet still comfortable and welcoming.
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