5 Homes With Scandinavian Done Right
Light colours, neutral themes, clean-lined furnishing and an absence of clutter – this pretty much sums up the amazing look and feel of a Scandinavian-inspired home. Getting it right though can be a challenge if you don’t know where to start. How about getting some inspiration here from five homes that got the look right?
Interior Designer: Meridian Interior Design
Location: The Reeds
A main element for the Scandinavian theme is definitely the incorporation of white throughout. Just like this home where white is the basis of it all while dark wood adds a depth that’s structured but still easy on the eyes. The kitchen is simply amazing with its clean appeal and feature light.
Interior Designer: Pocket Square
Location: Casa Tropicana
Think clean lines and structures when going for the Scandinavian feel. Emphasise with contrasts or panels as seen here on the finishing in this condo. Also, Scandinavian homes have that bright cheerful effect where light washes in – whether natural or artificial. This condo is filled with that – light coming in from its windows and the stunning feature lights throughout. Keeping it all in a warm beige tone further enhances the effect.
Interior Designer: Think Studio
Location: Aman Putri
Pale washes of colour on the walls, sheer curtains, impressive windows, glass accents, designer furniture and the incorporation of light wood – these are all pretty much key to a stunning Scandinavian design. This home – which has all of that – is the perfect example of how to do Scandinavian in a minimalist and chic way.
Interior Designer: GI Design
Location: Pelangi Damansara
A tip for Scandinavian done right? Keep clutter at bay. Take cue from this condo where smart storage is used to conceal things. Meanwhile, warm wood tones and impressive lighting create a perfectly pulled-together look.
Interior Designer: Mil Design & Construction
Location: Henry G, Bangsar
Love how natural light is so inviting here, thanks to the wide panel windows! Wood throughout lends a cosy feel while keeping knickknacks to a minimum is a great way to minimise clutter the Scandinavian way. The homeowner kept everything else in pale neutral and switches up with accents using fun, colourful furniture.
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