The Scandinavian kitchen area is a single-row layout of storage systems, household appliances and work surfaces with a large island. The snow-white finish is present not only in all areas of the multifunctional space, but also in the entire house. The kitchen segment differs only by the presence of the wall panels of light wood as finishings of the accent walls and serving as an apron over the working surfaces, facades of the kitchen cabinets are made from the same material.
When using such a long space, we can restrict ourselves to using only the lower lever of the kitchen storage systems, freeing the surface from the working areas to the ceiling for a greater feeling of spaciousness. Smooth facades of kitchen cabinets and wall finishing above them provide an opportunity to admire the structure of the wood, its natural pattern, not being distracted by the decor or kitchen accessories.
Built-in lighting located at the bottoms of the cabinets on the upper level is usually used to illuminate the work surfaces and especially loaded functional segments of the kitchen ensemble. In this case, the issue was resolved with the help of three suspended luminaires, made in the most primitive design form – in the form of conventional light bulbs. Scandinavian style in the house interior never seeks to demonstrate luxury and tends to the maximum possible minimalism in terms of home decoration.
A small living room is located on one side of the kitchen area in a long room with a bay window. Small comfortable sofas with light upholstery, a carpet of the same pastel shade and a stand table on carved legs made from light wood comprise the furnishings of the rest area.
The dining area is on the other side of the kitchen ensemble. This white bright room with panoramic windows and glass doors leading to the backyard has, among other things, the source of natural light at the ceiling. The strict geometry reigns in this segment of the functional space – a spacious dining table with a light countertop and metal legs and comfortable ottoman chairs of pleasant beige and caramel color.
Next, in the course of our short tour we visit the most spacious room of the private house – the living room, decorated with admirable minimalism. High ceilings, large windows, white walls and ceiling decoration, bright flooring – everything in the living room creates a lightweight, pure, elegant and incredibly spacious room. Modest furniture underlines the scale of the room. Imitation of a fireplace and chests of drawers of warm natural colors located on both sides bring order and symmetry to the interior of the common room.
Another seating area which can be used as a segment for meals in a small circle is located in a room with the bay window. Here, the same techniques were used in the design of surfaces – bright trim, stucco on the ceiling, “lacy” embossed ceiling cornices and moldings. Dark elements – a round table and a radiator added a contrast to the interior, brought a dramatic element.
Next, we will go to the private rooms and consider the bedroom and the adjacent utilitarian spaces. We see the same desire to preserve space, feeling of cleanliness and freshness, lightness of perception in the design of the room for sleep and rest. Pastel shades in decoration and furnishing, soft bedside, light, elegant bedside tables with small floor lamps – everything in the bedroom creates a comfortable and attractive image of the room.
The bathroom is located next to the bedroom, which has a familiar feeling of spaciousness that already has become familiar, not leaving any person entering the utilitarian room. In order to place the bath in the middle of the room, you need a considerable space. But the snow-white bathroom equipment in the frame of marble finishes, with accessories in gold glitter, looks royally luxurious in a bright interior.
Accessories with gold surfaces on the background of a light gray finish and a snow-white bathroom equipment look impressive, bringing a touch of luxury to the bathroom interior.