The Scandinavian style is perfect for spaces of all sizes. Its accentuation on insignificant mess, light hues, and wonderful, normal materials makes it simple to oblige in various designs. The three homes highlighted here each have their own particular tackle the configuration style, from stark white to a great deal more beautiful. Further, the correlation between the three spaces gives an incredible feeling of how the style grows, contracts, and adjusts to fit diverse size spaces. Examine these little, medium, and substantial homes and channel your internal Goldilocks to locate the one that may suit your tastes.
Visualizer: Sergey Harenko
The primary home is overwhelmed with white for a fresh, in the current style feel. Ordinary light streams in from outside, illuminating white dividers, whitewashed wood ground surface and even white furniture. The use of separation shades of dim and dull wood is firmly Scandinavian moreover. A couple midcentury segments, like a flawless wood credenza and glass end table incorporate a mien of progression without going over the top towards set dressing. The little space makes an incredible appearing of uniting each of the unmistakable zones, bringing the general framework subject through the living and parlor region, into the little kitchen, and after that covering the little room in the same sparkling white with chevron striped accents.
Designer: Eman bellah Atef
The next home, another small space, uses those Scandinavian elements in a more subdued and earth way. While the design does not shy away from white, there is a lot more natural wood and dark leather to offset the white walls and ceilings. A mix of woods gives the home a purposefully eclectic feel and once again midcentury elements are used sparingly to great effect. The home greatly benefits from a large bookshelf that stretches from floor to ceiling, giving an otherwise empty wall a sense of purpose and making it easy to change up the look of it by just shuffling around a few knick knacks.
Visualizer: Thomas Deffet
The final featured space has an immediate sense of area with its loft style ceiling and windows. It takes the Scandinavian style even further towards the colorful end of the spectrum, using not only white and wood but also plenty of gray and splashes of red. The resulting look is a bit more vibrant and lively, making the sleek home feeling welcoming and lived in. White brick walls have a warm industrial feel to them while lovely hardwood floors are decidedly elegant.