By Lucien Daphne. Interior. Published at Sunday, February 18th, 2018 - 18:04:21 PM.
Traditionally, only a modest amount of leather could be found in nordic styles, but the Scandinavian trend is now embracing more leather, especially distressed and repurposed styles. These upholstered dining chairs from Classic Home are a great example, with their simple silhouette, classic wooden legs and distressed, quilted leather design.
Stripes are a classic graphic and a refreshing choice after years of chevron-dominated decor. Whether you prefer horizontal, vertical, fat or narrow, adding stripes to your decor is a quick refresh. Stripes are also versatile in that depending upon the type of fabric and the style of design, they can convey a multitude of interior design styles. Thin or widely spaced stripes on a basic fabric in a neutral color is more casual and utilitarian — and more Scandinavian feeling — than a piece upholstered in bold colors and a more formal pattern.
The bar extends to the bedroom, featuring a section closed off with a divider that has suspended light boxes and open shelves. The divider allows a certain amount of natural light to enter the bedroom so its role is more complex than originally suggested by the design. Also, when the folding panels become a divider between the living room and the rest of the apartment, there are thin vertical slits in them which let light through. As a general impression, we like the flexible layout and the simplicity of the materials and the colors and textures used throughout. They give the apartment a chic yet unpretentious look.
Some unmistakable industrial details can be seen in the home office which is a cozy room with this metal mesh wall unit. As before, the metal elements are complemented by warm wood details and the result is harmonious and elegant. This area also has two work spaces. It’s basically a single long and minimalist desk with two chairs facing the back wall.
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