One more week means one more Home Tour at Home Design Ideas.That’s why we have decided to present you a Mid-Century Scandinavian Home styled by My-Studio.
Swipe down and find out how Scandinavian meets Mid-Century in this Victorian townhouse.
My-Studio is recognized by its creative and contemporary interior design and this residence highlights how Clare Weeks helps her clients with a keen sense of design and style.
“I have designed and delivered some of the UK’s most contemporary and innovative interior design projects, both residential and commercial.”
Amy is a tribute to the great British singer and songwriter. Outlined by the black of her hair and her round earring… The inside is in gold like her golden voice. The irreverent table version will surely look great on top of a desk or sideboard.
The first room we’d love to show you is definitely the kitchen.
With straight lines, the use of neutral colors contrasts brilliantly with an all-wood space which strengthens the connection between the interior and the outdoors!
Sophistication and refinement come naturally without much effort.
The natural stone on the wall adds timeless elegance and an understated luxury, not to mention the direct contact to that beautiful backyard.
The kitchen is absolutely one of the happy places of this mid-century townhouse. Peace and tranquillity describe the balanced choice of this neutral wallpaper.
What do you think about these giant paper lanterns? Could you use them to give an ethereal feel to your room?
Details are everything in your home. This orange armchair warms up the entire living room!
Of all the elements that got into a home, I always think of the lighting! It can make the biggest difference and are always worth splurging on.
Such a sleek master bedroom, don’t you think? The choice of the wallpaper elevates completely this demanding setting!
We’ve mastered this incredible bathroom. Actually, textured wall are what we crave!
IMAGES’ CREDITS: My-Studio
To say this nook is perfect is an understatement. Every detail was impeccably designed.
My-Studio took advantage of natural light. These skylights create an amazing experience.
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If you are one of those who love the Scandinavian home style and that are desperately looking for modern side tables, you are now in the right place! Home Design Ideas Blog has a selection of 10 side tables for your Scandinavian home design.
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In order to achieve a Scandinavian living area, you can choose a side table with a brass structure and a wooden top.
Check out this selection of Scandinavian Home Design Ideas. We know that summer days are not over and that fall is a reality you don’t want to start living yet, but if you’re an interior designer, your next projects are going to be designed for the cold times. That’s why we decided to get the best inspirations for you. What’ we have for you today is a selection of scandinavian home design ideas using white and grey. Why white and grey, you ask. And confidently we answer: because scandinavian style is known for its light and soft colors and loved for the quiet and peaceful ambiances it is capable to create.
Let’s now see some Scandinavian Home Design Ideas?
It’s not dificult to get a scnadinavian dining or living room. The main elements of this style are fur and wood. You should get some wooded center tables or vintage chairs and paint your walls white and light grey.
Wall galleries are a must have and if you want to turn yours into a vintage one, replace your paintings by some vintage (but not so colorful) posters.
What’s more Scandinavian than a rocking chair? Yes, we believe you need to get your own.
Now let’s step up to bedroom and bathroom designs. Again: we need to have lots of blankets and fur as well as lots of wooden details.
Even so, some metalic furniture can be a great option as well. We loved this amazing green sidetable inspired in a locket:
If you really want to combine white and grey and don’t know how to do it, be inspired by the flooring you’ll see next:
So, what about our scandinavian inspirations? Do you love it or what?
Say what’s in your heart. 🙂
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