By Geoffroy Sabrina. Interior. Published at Tuesday, February 06th, 2018 - 22:06:23 PM.
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.
Just as we look to other cultures for fresh design perspectives, so do the Scandinavians, hence the nod to Asian-inspired lighting fixtures that are becoming very popular. If you think about it, both cultures share important design sensibilities, such as quality and simplicity, so it’s no wonder that Asian elements work well in Nordic-inspired interiors.
There are two additional rooms, one of them featuring a working fireplace and the other including a French balcony. The corner room is linked to two bedrooms. The bathroom is decorated with bright mosaics and has plenty of storage space. The overall image of this apartment is bright and modern but also cozy and inviting.
Definitely modern, but still versatile enough to pair with traditional Scandinavian pieces are these black and white armchairs. The leggy style and curved cut of the seat are distinctive yet minimalist enough for a nordic-inspired space.
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