Roslagsgatan 23Scandinavian Living Room, Stockholm

Inspiration for a mid-sized scandinavian enclosed and formal painted wood floor living room remodel in Stockholm with gray walls, a corner fireplace and a tile fireplace —  Houzz
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gaflei wrote:Apr 13, 2017
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    I design and build tile stove, kakelugn, kachelofen.
    Kakelugn, Antique Tile Stove from Sweden c. 1860. Southport, CT. by GRZ LLC


    This custom built tile stove /kachelofen / piec kaflowy, burns one load of wood (approx. 30 lbs.) every 12 hours to heat 1200 sq. ft. Warmth is dispersed throughout the home through radiant heating. Each tile stove can be built to the customers needs - functionally and aesthetically. By GRZ LLC.

    This custom built tile stove /kachelofen / piec kaflowy, burns one load of wood (approx. 30 lbs.) every 12 hours to heat 1200 sq. ft. Warmth is dispersed throughout the home through radiant heating. Each tile stove can be built to the customers needs - functionally and aesthetically. By GRZ LLC.

mrbattimelli wrote:May 11, 2017
    kawittenberg wrote:Feb 2, 2017

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      mitchell_parker
      Mitchell Parker added this to Trending Now: 10 Great Living Room Color Combos to TryMar 28, 2017

      7. Gray Walls + White Trim + Black and White Furnishings If a more dramatic, cosmopolitan Scandinavian look is what you seek, don’t stray from gray, black and white. Use a generous dose of gray for the big surfaces — walls, ceiling and floors — then choose white for the medium-size pieces, like your sofa, tables and fireplace surround. Next, don’t be squeamish with plenty of jet-black lines. Finally, for just a dollop of warmth, try including one or two small key pieces in brown or a wood tone.

      kateburt
      Kate Burt added this to Beyond ‘Hygge’: How to Enjoy Scandinavian Style at HomeJan 23, 2017

      Go with pale but interesting shades. In another Scandinavian space, color — or rather, downplayed color — again comes to the fore. You might picture the typical Swedish or Danish interior to be painted uniformly in brilliant white, but, in fact, it’s all about layers of monochrome. Sticking to a palette of gray, white and black, and introducing other hues with natural materials and elements, can be relaxing. It’s also helpful if you’re an apprehensive decorator, since you’ll know whether an item will go well in your space before you even try it.

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