48,931 Scandinavian Living Room Design Ideas
Homewings designer Michael combined Louise’s love for Scandinavian design with unique mementos from her time in Morocco for a minimalistic interior with an exotic flair. The chosen furnishings makes the living space feel bright and open and allows the owners to slowly add to the accessories with special items collected from trips around the world.
Bjurfors / SE360
ALL & NXTHING
Cream & Navy´s Interior
Agathe Marimbert architecte
House of Fraser
Embrace the simple textures of natural materials with beautiful, understated pieces that have a tactile and organic appeal.
Esther de "OCHMAMMA" (Instagram: @headofalittleunicorn) nous enchante avec ses tables basses personnalisées MYCS. La combinaison de pieds de table de différentes couleurs est originale. Un super jeu de couleurs !
Mia Mortensen Photography
Mia Mortensen © Houzz 2016
Graham Atkins-Hughes Photography
Graham Atkins-Hughes Photography Macdonald Wright, Architects & Interior Design http://macdonaldwright.com
Eve Wilson courtesy of Haymes Paint
A young couple with three small children purchased this full floor loft in Tribeca in need of a gut renovation. The existing apartment was plagued with awkward spaces, limited natural light and an outdated décor. It was also lacking the required third child’s bedroom desperately needed for their newly expanded family. StudioLAB aimed for a fluid open-plan layout in the larger public spaces while creating smaller, tighter quarters in the rear private spaces to satisfy the family’s programmatic wishes. 3 small children’s bedrooms were carved out of the rear lower level connected by a communal playroom and a shared kid’s bathroom. Upstairs, the master bedroom and master bathroom float above the kid’s rooms on a mezzanine accessed by a newly built staircase. Ample new storage was built underneath the staircase as an extension of the open kitchen and dining areas. A custom pull out drawer containing the food and water bowls was installed for the family’s two dogs to be hidden away out of site when not in use. All wall surfaces, existing and new, were limited to a bright but warm white finish to create a seamless integration in the ceiling and wall structures allowing the spatial progression of the space and sculptural quality of the midcentury modern furniture pieces and colorful original artwork, painted by the wife’s brother, to enhance the space. The existing tin ceiling was left in the living room to maximize ceiling heights and remain a reminder of the historical details of the original construction. A new central AC system was added with an exposed cylindrical duct running along the long living room wall. A small office nook was built next to the elevator tucked away to be out of site.