Loft S.W.Scandinavian Living Room, Berlin
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5. What’s your home’s style? On to the fun part: choosing accent chairs based on style. Whether your space is traditional, modern, bohemian or Scandinavian-inspired, there’s an accent chair for every style. While you don’t need to stick to one style theme for a space, make sure that an accent chair at least relates in style and tradition to the existing elements of the room. Houzz Quiz: What’s Your Decorating Style? | Work with a designer to find your styleArmchair: HAY
5. Germany. The furnishings here are soft and comfortable, and the dusky rose accent is right on point with Scandinavian style. Finnish architect Eero Saarinen designed the groundbreaking Womb chair for American furniture company Knoll in the late 1940s, an early Nordic crossover. This room cleverly balances restrained but thoughtful accessories. Although this can be difficult to achieve, it is one of the elements that makes Scandinavian style so restful, livable and appealing.