By Nicephore Claudine. Interior. Published at Tuesday, December 05th, 2017 - 14:38:14 PM.
The kitchen is on the same floor as the living area. It occupies a long and narrow space which doesn’t offer too many options in terms of layout and decor. The use of neutral colors and wood elements once again pays off, giving the space a really refined and chic look.
Reminiscent of a nordic sauna, slatted walls provide a feeling of relaxation and privacy without confinement. Added to a living are, they allow light to filter through and serve as a visual barrier in a space. The extra wood adds warmth to a room and evokes the outdoors. A slatted wall is appropriate in any room and brings a unique, stylish element to a home.
The bedroom is very small. There’s barely enough space in here for the basic furniture pieces and the bed takes up most of the floor space. Even so, it doesn’t really feel that tiny. That’s partially because the room has a high ceiling which is emphasized by the long curtains.
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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