Today I would like to share with you Scandinavian style 87㎡ finish. It was originally a two bedroom layout. After finishing it was divided into three bedrooms. The walls are either black or white. Do you prefer black and white Scandinavian style?
The entrance to door is an open-type apartment. On left is a hanging entrance cabinet, and on right is a dining area. The area is very small, there are almost no blind corners.
The dining room is a simple dining table and chairs. The lighting design is sophisticated. White cultural bricks are installed on wall, and a dozen white spotlights are added to create an upmarket and fashionable style. Compared to black cultural bricks on refrigerator wall, combination of black and white is fantastic.
The living room is in middle, with an independent and open layout, whole space looks much more spacious.
Two-piece fabric sofa, walls are painted black, and floral designs with white borders are hanging, which looks fresh and elegant, and also gives a sense of vitality.
The white wall in middle of TV wall has no decor, and it has a log TV cabinet that has a little Nordic freshness.
The office is formed by separating part of living room and opening a balcony. Since this is a balcony, walls are clad in white cultural bricks to create an overall tatami mat that is both fashionable and practical.
The background wall of master bedroom is painted black, as is sofa wall. The white bed and white wardrobe, such a black and white color scheme, make entire bedroom look upscale.
This is a children's room. Like office, it is also designed using tatami. One of benefits of making a tatami is that you can use corner space that can't be used, and custom sizes can also be used.
The kitchen is the size of a palm. U-shaped cabinets are built into a small square space. The depth is slightly changed and less. Size 500.
The tiles in bathroom are same as those in dining room. Wall tiles are white and black. The washbasin is separated from interior. A white bathroom with black fittings will be more textural. This is Scandinavian style. get in your eyes?