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Our first black-and-white, Scandinavian space evokes film noir. Measuring a small 57sqm, it takes advantage of existing plaster decorations and woodwork by using bold, dramatic colours. The living space shows this best, with impactful black encasing the walls. Large-scale monochrome photographs hang off a string line, matched by a case of top hats near the bottom. Different-wooden chairs are softened by black throws and pops of life, while white accents emerge in door frames and illustrated ceiling coves.Monochrome and Scandinavian interiors are both trending - but can they work together? These two apartments show how beautiful inte...
Located in Shizuoka, Japan, our first home was designed for those living in close quarters. Taking three days to visualise, its combination of iron, slatted grey wood and natural hues remind of an urban jungle. The living room grounds its design in concrete-panelled ceilings, light wood and a grey-slatted canvas. Brown suede couches remind of hides, while table mosses show different forest species. Ocean-themed watercolours mist the walls, as boxed white windows let light on the concrete floor. A wooden platform, looking more outdoors than in, looks down on plant life.A house tour of four Asian-inspired homes that draw on themes of nature, simplicity and the classical modern. Take a look for a tr...
White brick and cabinetry open a light and bright space dotted with white accessories, a central wooden table, black stencil legs and lighting.A tour of fifty kitchens inspired by Scandinavian design. Watch as they wind frames around benchtops, make bold colour accents and...

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scandinavian-style-chairsScandinavian and Danish inspired dining chairs, lounge chairs, armchairs, and more - this post will help you embrace Nordic decor ...
Our first home design uses a Scandinavian backdrop to showcase pops of colour and an array of potted plants. In the lounge, bold mustard tones cover kitchen and lounge cabinetry and a chair, backgrounded by walls in white. A black table and intermittent grey-and-black rug tie together, reflecting their tones in two sketch prints above the sofa. The grey sofa and cabinetry make way for teal hanging lights and more prints, swathed in grey-and-black lines. An array of white and terracotta-potted plants pepper the space with a lived-in feel.A house tour of four apartments that use Scandinavian structure and design to make many small elements into a beautiful whole. Cli...
Delicate fabrics and distressed paint weave a breezy, welcoming atmosphere. The grey and white color theme might have felt too cool without the addition of warm rusted metal and naked wood.This cottage chic apartment doubles as a photography studio, blending rustic and industrial styles through the use of repurposed b...
From the kitchen, earthier tones come into play. Scrumptious brick reds expose themselves in the kitchen, with wooden benches and a table to settle them. Table chairs in light brown plastic add modernity, while a white-framed enclave invites from the more-muted living room.A house tour of five homes which all use Scandinavian influence in their design. White walls, wooden floors and simple fixtures co...
Clear, white ceilings allow bubblegum red and ocean blue to dramatically border this minimalistic office design.A compilation of twenty-five office designs from around the world, which show how to create thinking space and minimalistic design...

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This cottage-inspired Scandinavian home includes traditional elements next to sleek modern influences. Distressed wood floors immediately set the scene as a chic and casual style, with patterned pillows to up the sense of playfulness. On the other hand, the typographic decor and bold contemporary lighting bring the entire interior back up-to-date.Nordic interior inspiration with geometric decor, pastel color palettes, and beautiful traditional Scandinavian furniture.
A bright and open floor plan is the perfect setting for the modern Scandinavian style. This room welcomes both a family room and an in-home office.Here are 2 beautiful homes that are defined by modern Scandinavian style. Think bright colors, simple lines, environmental element...
Beginning the tour with the living room, visitors are immediately greeted by bright yellow accents against a backdrop of neutral grey and light-toned wood cladding. The wood floors are certainly a hallmark of Scandinavian design, but other features break the mold and enter into unique territory – like the plaster manta ray hanging on the wall.Scandinavian Modernism appeals to the natural minimalist with a blend of natural and contemporary materials.
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