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Neutral And Cozy Alps Chalet Interior In Rough Wood

Mon, Apr 22, 2013 | Wood house designs | By Kate

Laurence Rouveure from Ardesia Design collaborating with Amaldi Neder Architects built Chalet Gstaad, a private chalet for relaxation far from any civilization or big cities. Natural wood is a great choice for an Alps chalet because it makes the owners closer to nature and creates a very cozy atmosphere, and here the inside is covered with Australian rough wood and Danish fir tree. The look is completed with wool and linen, neutral tones and soft textures. Instead of headboards you’ll see some fabric, wool and cashmere soften even more. The furniture is modern, a mix of traditional and eclectic findings from the whole Europe.

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