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Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
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My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
White Scandinavian room /w old and new feel gives the room a sense of history and warmth
Bright and white. Yes, Scandinavian homes do tend to use a lot of white, and with good reason. During those long, cold winters when the sun barely rises in the sky, white floors and walls
Bright white unifies this jumble of dining chairs, giving the set a modern Scandinavian farmhouse look.See the rest of this home
Bright white goes well with sunlight. This dining room has "spare Scandinavian" written all over it.
should be affordable to all. White walls and white floors punctuated with splashes of color are the key to this look and are easy to include in your own home.
“Table decorations” — tpeter11
Jeffers Design Group
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Caterpillar House
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Caterpillar House is the first LEED Platinum home on the central California coast. Located in the Santa Lucia Preserve in Carmel Valley, the home is a modern reinterpretation of mid-century ranch style. JDG’s interiors echo the warm minimalism of the architecture and the hues of the natural surroundings
“Could the couch split the room, with the credenza behind it?” — Tara Verburg
Jennifer Hagler
My House
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An Ikea bedframe in the master bedroom plays off of Hagler's Scandinavian style. A striped rug, a gold pillow and Componibili tables provide the only necessary decor in this soothing space. Because Hagler's home is rented, there's plenty she'd like to change if she could — namely the wall-to-wall carpeting
Pare back the accessories and stick to white, pale grey or pale blue for bedding. Lovely.SMART STRATEGY: Fine craftsmanship is important in Scandinavian homes, so opt to spend a little more for well-made items built to withstand the test of time.
“White Bedcover” — Nicole Mendoza
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Christine Tuttle Interior Design
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Bulthaup Kitchen, room elements by Christine Tuttle Interior Design, Boston
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scandinavian- It is a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality.
Scandinavian - The three pillars of scandinavian design are: good design for everyone; beauty despite functionality;
local natural environment. Yet despite their symmetry and clarity, scandinavian designs always radiate warmth and a distinct and homely coziness.
Scandinavian design emerged in the 1950s in the Scandinavian countries Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland. It is a design movement
Scandinavian countries Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland. It is a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality.
Scandinavian Style Scandinavian design emerged in the 1950s in the Scandinavian countries Denmark, Norway
“Scandinavia” — laomai
Blakes London
Scandinavian Rennovation
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Scandinavian Rennovation
Scandinavian home
home decorating
“cabinets” — Tammy Henning
Studio Revolution
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Mountain View Townhouse
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Low-slung seatingYou won’t find patterned upholstery or chesterfields in Scandinavian-style homes. Couches are comfortable and low-profile, and are inevitably in muted tones. Natural fibres are a given, and cushions are kept to a minimum
to be white.” However, the couple showed the designers inspiration photos of spaces that were warmer and cozier, and spoke of a love for Europe, Scandinavian design and Islamic patterns. It might seem like an impossible-to-bridge dichotomy, but these designers looked at the house as an opportunity to
to mix things up.The living room is painted in the whitest white they could source, but is furnished with a nubby off-white sofa and a Scandinavian-style chair. A crane-like light fixture (a plug-in, since the budget didn’t allow electrical work) adds a dramatic architectural element. The 6- by 7-foot
“Wallpaper for art” — eks11
Johnson Squared Architecture + Planning
Cala Woods Residence and Studio
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Would you by any chance know the type of windows and doors used for this home?
Traditional home, modern color
Scandinavian home...Second home
“everything but color” — scottros
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Ideabooks2,233
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My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
You can't get more simple than this white-on-white design with Scandinavian modern flair. I love a good decked-out Christmas tree (all white lights of course), but I love bare branches with ornaments even more
The final touch in a Danish home is candles. Everyone lights candles all the time to create hygge, which loosely translates as atmosphere or coziness. No Danish home is complete without a few burning candles. Create your own hygge by burning a few
as atmosphere or coziness. No Danish home is complete without a few burning candles. Create your own hygge by burning a few simple, unscented candles in each room of your house.More:8 Nordic Secrets to Exude True Warmth at HomeHow to Get That Modern Scandinavian Look
“fireplace” — nishaeckhoff
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