Today, most young people keep up with fast pace of work in city, and family atmosphere after work is as comfortable and relaxed as possible. Just like this 73㎡ casual Scandinavian nest, there is a sense of relaxation and laziness everywhere. You can experience natural freshness at home to maximum. I think you will like it too.
The interior walls are blue-grey and floor is cement-colored plain floor tiles. It is still very popular in Scandinavian homes and can create a calm and harmonious homely atmosphere.
The entrance is on corner and when you enter you will find living and dining area. The functional spaces are mostly made of logs and light colors that open up and merge into each other, making area seem much larger.
The living room is relatively small, just a double sofa with a fabric pattern, and a log pole is used as a partition between sink and sink in bathroom, which is very close to nature.
The bay window in living room has been smashed and turned straight into floor, which also doubles as a small seating area and becomes a bedroom with bedding.
The kitchen was made open, and partition between living room and living room - a bar-type restaurant, fashionable and small, and family life is comfortable and relaxed.
The bedroom can be called a small house with a relatively complete set of functions. The background wall is same as TV wall in living room.
The balcony you brought in has been turned into a living balcony. If you don't look closely at tiles on wall and floor, you might think it's a wood floor. The old fashioned style goes very well with overall style. .
The area of the bathroom is too small and needs to be separated from wet and dry.
There is no washstand in bathroom, it is easy to separate dry from wet. A glass partition separates shower area. Even background wall behind toilet is lined with small hexagonal tiles. The details are catchy, comfortable and stylish. How do you like it?