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While some individuals simply can’t resist the charm of a Scandinavian home interior, we had couples with differing views on the overall design theme of their new home. Building on the fundamental principles of simplicity and functionality, our interior designers took on the challenge to marry the hallmarks of the requested design themes creating a harmonious interior. Here are our 4 takes on Scandinavian interior design with secondary hues:
Eclectic Scandinavian Interior Design
A fan of eclectic interior, there are up to 8 different types of tile incorporated into this eclectic scandinavian interior. Scandinavian furnishing which features clean lines and simple silhouettes adorns the home to blend the myriad colours, texture and materials used.
Industrial Scandinavian Interior Design
The design brief given was to keep the old terrazzo flooring while having a minimalist, Scandinavian interior design. In order to create a harmonious interior, our interior designer opted to use black metallic elements to balance the retro terrazzo flooring and the overall Scandinavian interior. While keeping to the typical Scandinavian living room, an overall neutral-heavy colour palette
On its own, industrial elements evoke a cold, sterile look. To balance the look, soft woody tones are adapted from Scandinavian interiors to create a cohesive look that sets itself apart from the usual Scandinavian interior.
Nordic Scandinavian Interior Design
The design brief was to have a bright, timeless interior that suits the home owners’ lifestyle needs. A home remodelling was done to incorporate the outdoor balcony space as part of the communal living room, to allow more natural light in. At the same time, it increases the versatility of the balcony space.
Subdue Colours like white, grey and light wood tones forms the main colour palette of this Nordic Scandinavian living room. Accent colours purposefully sourced from home furnishings and home accessories, this home distinguish itself from the usual Scandinavian interiors.
Modern Scandinavian Interior Design
Scandinavian interior and modern interior has many similar characteristics – decluttered, minimalist. However, scandinavian interiors have a hygge touch yet the overall modern interior takes on a modernist approach. This abode combines both of the characteristics striking a balance between both aesthetics.
We believe that a home interior is a true reflection of the homeowner’s lifestyle and personality. Thus, no home interior should look alike.
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