Logs are typically a decorative element used in Scandinavian style, while marble is an atmospheric European style, decorative element used in classical style. If these two materials are used in a modern minimalist home, what effect will it have? What about sparks? After reading this 97-meter house, you will find out!
The background wall of living room is finished with log veneer combined with a blue linen sofa, in addition to Scandinavian fashion, there is also a modern minimalist style here, expressing simplicity and comfort!
The wall that runs from living room to dining room is finished in a contrasting log color and dark gray latex paint that stylishly differentiates two spaces.
The TV wall is finished with white Ascot marble, atmospheric and stylish, showing owner's fashion sense and sustainable character.
A storage cabinet and a wine cabinet with a ceiling are built into one side of dining table, and combination of iron art and logs looks more natural and comfortable.
The kitchen uses white as main color, and walls and floors are finished with textured Ascot white marble tiles. Cooking will be very pleasant in such a stylish kitchen space.
A closet with glass doors allows you to immediately see clothes and not worry about finding them.
The locker in second bedroom also has glass doors, while backdrop of bedside table is adorned with log veneer and ink-coloured marble, adding to charm of Chinese style.
In bathroom, a more noticeable combination of logs and marble. The bathroom cabinet is made directly from logs with a marble top. The wall and floor tiles are made from same Ascot white tiles as kitchen. Although texture is not as natural as marble countertops, effect is good. Is it really Gao Dan?