When it comes to color matching in Scandinavian style, I've always felt that gray and white color matching is more structured than black and white color matching. While black and white matching has obvious contrast and is more layered, grey-white matches with high-end inks. aisle design is also worth exploring. With a wall full of cabinets, it can be turned into an open walk-in closet so you don't have to worry about storing your clothes!
The upper and lower shoe cabinets are installed at entrance to house. The layout of house is not so transparent. There is a small window in restaurant area. The window on outside faces just other neighbor's kitchen wall, so lighting isn't considered at all.
Log dining tables and chairs are now choice of many Scandinavian-style homes. Sideboards are made from log crates, and wall decoration is also decorated with handmade pendants. A shaped pendant placed by small potted succulent plants, full of vitality and warmth.
The top surface is white, walls are painted light gray, with a hemp gray fabric sofa, floor is covered with cement-colored self-leveling tiles, and white cultural stone TV wall is more textured.
Despite fact that lighting is not transparent, layout of entire apartment is quite transparent. The dining room and living room are in same space, forming a straight line. Also a popular element is barn door installed in kitchen. This combination looks very seductive.
Looking across entire living room from a different angle, several hand-painted Scandinavian paintings can be seen hanging on back wall of sofa. The whole living room is full of high-quality texture, especially white cultural brick background wall. I have seen so many designs in Scandinavian style. Gray sofa and floor look more beautiful.
The oversized cabinets in kitchen are also custom-made, with white cabinets paired with gray quartz stone countertops and walls clad in small white square bricks.
The wall in middle of passage leading to two bedrooms is maximized and lockers are built right in from the top down. This passage turns into an open dressing room, which is very practical.
The master bedroom is elegant and warm. The walls are painted inky green, with a white bed and gray fabrics. The tone gets lighter and lighter, which can better set up atmosphere of bedroom.
The children's room is relatively small, and walls are painted in light blue-gray, as is living room, which is almost invisible, and there is also a white gap between room and balcony, and bedroom looks more spacious.
A single bathroom creates a pattern that separates dry and wet environments. The shower area is separated by a glass partition. The color combination also goes well with gray wall and floor tiles and white bathroom. Even bathroom feels luxurious. Scandinavian style is still gray and white, right?