By Geoffroy Sabrina. Interior. Published at Tuesday, February 06th, 2018 - 22:06:23 PM.
The hallway is characterized by brick walls that create a rustic feel. It includes large wardrobes and practical storage units. The kitchen also has lots of storage cabinets. It features white tiles on the floor and dimmable lights and it also offers access to the balcony. It’s a large outdoor area with lots of fresh plants and comfortable chairs.
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 kitchen features two rows of full-size overhead cabinets and they provide lots of storage options and look beautiful in combination with the huge ceilings. The kitchen is also equipped with stainless-steel appliances. The bedroom is spacious and can easily accommodate a double bed. It also has high ceilings and also features a built-in wardrobe with sliding doors. In addition to these spaces, the apartment also has an area that was originally conceived as an extra storage space but was later transformed into a cozy space, an area where you can relax and even fall asleep.
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.
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