Colorful Nordic Interior Décor

In one of our previous articles we’ve presented you an apartment with a strong Nordic influence in the décor. That particular apartment had a black and white interior décor. We’re back with another Nordic-inspired interior design, but this time with lots of colors. This is a very vibrant and colorful apartment. It has a retro-chic look and it features a lot of colorful accessories and decorations.

The apartment seems to have an open floor plan. The living room is opened to the kitchen and the dining room area. There’s a lot going on there are it’s hard to even begin to describe it. The walls have been painted white and they’re a sort of black canvas for the rest of the décor. The ceiling is also white and the floors are covered with wood. After that, everything gets crazy. There’s a lot of furniture everywhere and it’s all colorful.

Even the accessories are vibrant and dynamic. Usually we see a simple décor with some colorful accessories and decorations here and there. In this case it’s the opposite. There are colors everywhere. It’s not bad but at some point it must get annoying to see so many colors everywhere. It’s hard to even follow the main elements in the décor. The sofa is almost invisible underneath all those pillows and all those colors are distracting. It’s probably better after you get used to this interior.{found on Bjurfors}

Published by in Interiors, on December 6th, 2011


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