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A SCANDINAVIAN HOME WITH INDOOR-OUTDOOR CHARM

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I will be the first to admit that my threshold for minimal Scandinavian design is nearing its limits. While part of me really truly appreciates the clean, minimalist style, sometimes it goes a bit too far and feels impersonal to me. But if there’s one thing that can remedy that problem… it’s an abundance of plants. And […]

8 responses on “A SCANDINAVIAN HOME WITH INDOOR-OUTDOOR CHARM

  1. serwis

    I love scandinavian style, it’s so simple and plain, you can calm down in this interiors. I could spend all day long in such interiors.

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  3. Christina Noe

    Scandinavian design was the style that first piqued my interest in design like 10 years ago largely because it was just so DIFFERENT from anything I had ever seen in homes growing up. It opened my eyes to the fact that there are so many different styles. So I will always have a special place in my heart for it, but I also completely agree that my personal tastes are veering further and further from that look. I need more character, more layers. You’re right though, plants help everything!

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ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 11.15

emma persson by petra bendel

I’ve always been obsessed with the idea of pistachio greens in a kitchen, but it wasn’t until today that I think I finally understand why… It goes so insanely well with marble! And light woods – which I’m not always a fan of. In fact, this entire space is not typically the style that I’m […]

7 responses on “ROOM OF THE WEEK :: 11.15

  1. BrookeJ

    I agree, that pistachio color looks beautiful with the marble. I really like this room too, it’s soft and pretty without being overtly feminine.

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  2. Anna - Canoe Design

    What an amazing kitchen! I totally agree – the colors, materials and design is perfect! And I have not been a huge fan of pistachio in the past, however I think that this kitchen changes my mind…thanks!

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  3. Angela

    I love it too (although I don’t think it would ever look that clean at my place). That touch of warmth with the brass faucet is genius. We saw a bunch of hunter green at market, and the latest word from Sherwin Williams is that mint green will be big for 2013…so you are way ahead of the trends!

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