Scandinavian style isnt synonymous with bright colouring. Exposed brick in reds and greys alongside white French windows and light-wooden furniture are characteristic of the style. Bring Scandinavian styling and dreamy pastels together, with these three apartments for inspiration. Want a baby pink couch in your lounge? Pair it with a pea green coffee table, flowing chiffon curtains and monochrome accessories. Love a boldly patterned wall? Pair your polka dots with pops of pastel and lightly-coloured wood. Smear pastel across iconic prints, afront a mint feature wall. Paint in pastel with these three inspirational interiors in mind.
While some studio floor plans can accommodate bedroom privacy without the need for additional curtains or screens, this post looks at apartments that required a different approach. Each of these compact apartments separate the bedroom from the rest of the space with attractive glass walls – a lightweight solution that dampens unwanted noise and creates physical boundaries without looking too "closed off". If youre looking for ways to isolate the bedroom without disrupting the visual flow of your home, check out these three gorgeous apartments below.
Our first living space is drenched in block walls of black, white and light wood. Based on a paler wooden floor, this design draws in the eye with textured black kitchen panelling, adding both distinction and room demarcation. White bauble lights lead towards the lounge, where light wood furniture mixes with a white leather L-sofa and zig-zagged rug. As a detailed grey plinth segments areas, a row of white windows looks out to mountains beyond.
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