A Unique Nordic House

Among the most important aspects of a home, no matter it is a house or an apartment, there are the light and the way it is connected to the outside. Nothing compares to a place where natural light reigns, providing a serene atmosphere, which makes you feel at ease. It is definitely the case of the house in the picture; it is so warm and bright that it makes you smile and dream about your own home.

The large windows, just like the white walls and the furniture pieces have the role of doubling the space and offering that cozy feeling that makes you feel comfortable and want to stay more. The brown spots represented by furniture pieces, lamps, complete a generally white atmosphere and by the mood, the surrounding environment provides.

Everything is pleasant; every corner enchants the eye and contributes to the unique charm the house reveals. Some of the spaces that occupy a central position in the house are the kitchen, the island and the lamps, but these are only a few of elements that make us see things differently. The furniture pieces in their arrangement, the decorative objects and the entire house breathe a Nordic style, emphasized by the luminosity of the place and its obvious connection to the outside area.{found on Valvet}



Published by in Interiors, on November 18th, 2011

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