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Modern Scandinavian House In White And Pastel Shades

Fri, Jun 24, 2011 | Modern home designs | By Kate
 
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This typical Scandinavian house is located in Stockholm, the author is the designer and the owner – Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer. She created this space for her and her husband. Big windows and white color – these are typical Scandinavian features. As the house isn’t big the designer used some space-saving solutions. The color scheme is varied with grey and black, there is a little bit rose. The interior is modern to traditional, very elegant and stylish; there is much natural wood. A fireplace in the kitchen gives some coziness, so as a big appliqué with a deer on the wall of the children’s room. The addition of pastel shades makes the space calm and quiet.

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