By Fernande Melody. Interior. Published at Tuesday, February 06th, 2018 - 11:56:25 AM.
The staircase that connects these spaces to the more intimate areas is bright red. It leads to a social area with blue, pink, red, green and yellow touches. Even though it’s a multicolored space it’s also a balanced décor. The bedroom is cozy and a little simpler. It has serene white walls and an inclined ceiling and there are also a few small and colorful details. The play room is chic and with many vibrant and bold elements. It’s a playful and cheerful décor that also matches the rest of the house.
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.
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.
Despite predictions of its imminent plunge from popularity, gray walls do not seem to be going away any time soon. Light hues or dark, and everything in between, gray walls are trending in Scandinavian style. This room relies on a dray gray tone for its accent wall, which adds depth and dimension to the space. The color is a modern neutral that creates a marvelous base for wall art.
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