Top Paddock ResidenceScandinavian Living Room, Melbourne
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8. Gray Walls and Furnishings + Wood AccentIf you’re going for a light and airy Scandinavian look, stick to cool gray walls and medium to dark gray furniture. Then bring a bit of warmth in with rich wood accents or a wood feature wall.
7. Barely blueberry. A blue-gray with a hint of purple feels girly, but in a grown-up way. It’s perfect for a casual but composed living room with a breezy atmosphere and a rotating palette of accent colors, especially pastel shades.Try: Sparkling Frost by Dunn-Edwards or Icy Waterfall by Glidden