Perfection in Scandinavian interior design

Once you step into the serene world this apartment provides, you feel so good and so calm that you do not want to leave anymore or you want the same atmosphere for your own house. Nothing compares to the impression you have when you like the place you find yourself in, no matter you are inside or outside on the pier, listening to the crickets. When it comes to interior design,Scandinavia represents the image of perfection. This can be best seen in the Scandinavian summerhouse in the picture.

The space is wide open and so inviting, that you feel great instantly; every room and every corner of this place is an example of a calm that relaxes you once you step into.No matter if it is the living with its welcoming fireplace, the bedroom with its white and simple elegance, the kitchen or the pier with its relaxing spots, you meet the same calm and well being that makes you smile and appreciate the beauty around you, the details that make the difference in this too busy and hasty world.

The stove is the element which connects the past and the present and which does not allow people to forget. The whiteness of the walls, the light shades of the furniture pieces, the length of the white curtains and the green of the plants in the windows contribute to the calm and serenity of the place and highlight simplicity and elegance.{found on hemnet}.

Published by in Interiors, on July 10th, 2012


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