Stylish Swiss residence with a Scandinavian interior décor

This lovely place is a Swiss residence with a very inviting and beautiful interior. The house actually belongs to industrial designers Anette and Fredrik. It’s located in Tensberg and it features a very beautiful Scandinavian interior design. This style is the perfect choice for those who want a fresh, airy and simple home.

The house is very cozy and inviting. Inside, it features a whole range of midcentury Scandinavian designs and they are all unique and beautiful. What immediately strikes the eye upon entering this house are the wooden walls. Whether they are entirely covered in wood or just partially decorated with wooden panels, the visual effect is equally impressive. The wooden walls create a sense of cozyness and they invite you to relax and enjoy the décor. The atmosphere is calm and casual inside, even though the décor is elegant and even sophisticated. It’s because all that was done is a way as simple as possible.

The color palette is nicely balanced. It includes shades of grey, white and black with small hints of color here and there. The balance between neutrals and accent tones is quite impressive. Each room has its own pops of color. Whether it’s in the form of wall art of something as simple as a colorful piece of furniture or an accessory, the effect is the same.{found on bo-bedre}.

Published by in Interiors, on April 27th, 2012


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