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Friday
Feb102017

Shades of grey

An Australian interpretation of Scandinavian Modern uses a palette of greys with metallic accents and dark timbers. The apartment, on the bay in Melbourne, is clean lined and contemporary with an emphasis on simple luxury. Albert Park Apartment by Griffiths Design Studio.

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Tuesday
Feb072017

Scandinavian-style guest house in Poland

If modern minimalism is something you're into, which I am because sometimes I just need something that is easy on the eye, then I think you'll dig this guest house in Chociwle, Poland designed by Loft Kolasiński. With a Scandinavian, mid-century feel this dwelling is a tad masculine, a touch funky and a smidge hip. What a cool collection of furnishings from the 30's, 50's, 60's and 70's from Italy, France, the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Poland - including a polish HI-Fi stereo from the 80's. I want those sofas soooo badly. (Photos: Karolina Bąk

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Friday
Dec232016

Modern and moody in black, grey and brown

I spotted this 1915, 400m2 home located outside Copenhagen on Bo Bedre and had to share because dark tones are EVERYTHING and this is how you do dark right. A Scandinavian modern vibe with moody tones of black, grey and brown, an eclectic mix of furnishings, and dark painted woodwork, this is pretty much my dream home. (Photos: Mads Mogensen)

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Wednesday
Dec212016

A neutral apartment in Poland

A little bit of modern, Scandinavian minimalist in this apartment in this 72 sq m, 3 room apartment in Gdańsk, Poland. Thanks to photographer Agnieszka Karaś for sending us these wonderful photos. Interior design by AW WA wnętrza.

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Friday
Dec162016

I want it all

This breezy and all-white two-room apartment is the latest project sent over to Desire to Inspire by Laura Seppänen Design Agency. It's the brand new home of Stina Mäntyniemi, the head of Cosmopolitan Finland and featured recently in Deko Magazine. The client's wish was for a clean and monochrome interior. No carpets, no curtains. The Bertoia chair was though an absolute must. The look is cosy, minimalist Scandinavian with a palette of paperwhites used on walls, floors and ceilings. The existing kitchen was in a relatively good shape just updated with new cabinet doors, sink, faucet and the old door pull painted matt black. The counter top is Carrara marble. Laura incorporated the client's existing furniture with carefully selected pieces from Finland and abroad, Scandinavian classics mixed with new Nordic brands. Just like the lightbox says - I want it all.

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