Interiors of this magical beach house on the island of Mallorca is like a continuation of the local seascapes. Furniture of a gentle blue color symbolizes the sea itself, which here is an integral part of the design. And the white color, that prevails in the design, blurs the line between the interior and nature, adds airiness and lightness. And this bedroom with an incredible view is just a dream!
If gray and beige shades are rather common in Scandinavian interiors, then you will not often find an apartment in Sweden with green and yellow accents. These color details here are rather timid, not at all screaming, but even they, combined with snow-white decoration, add to the interiors an incredible freshness. The beautiful lemon tree seems to be the center of the whole home. It is echoed by paintings, textiles and greenery (this, by the way, is another proof that the plants wonderfully change the space). Nice city living!
The interiors of this beach house in Florida perfectly match the image and atmosphere of the place. It is as airy and light as the sea breeze and the atmosphere of eternal holiday that is dominant on the coast. A light wooden finishes perfectly complement the snow-white concept, while the blue color accents and supports the idea of a marine style. Green and brown tones are also added, which, by the way, are consonant with the palms surrounding the house. Perfect home with a vacation mood!
If you remove all furniture and decor out of the living room and kitchen of this Swedish apartment, you will get a completely white box – the walls, ceiling and floor here are snow-white. Interior items here are also of a light palette, but thanks to calm pastel shades the cool white interiors gained cozy colors and lively touches. Great work with color.
This incredibly airy and stylish mini-hotel with seven rooms is located in Sitges, Spain. The white interiors incorporate elements of several styles: Scandinavian, Mediterranean and Boho. The space is not overloaded with furniture and details, which creates a lot of light and air. In addition to the veranda on the second floor, there is a magnificent terrace with a swimming pool that resembles a Moroccan riad. An ideal place to relax in the Mediterranean!
The main task that designer Jennifer Wagner Schmidt faced during the project was to fill a completely empty house with exquisite pieces of furniture and decor to meet the wishes of their demanding clients. Since the owners work in the fashion industry, the interiors of their residence got the refined features of luxury city apartments thanks to the golden details and unique designer decor elements. The color scheme is almost white, but light cream and beige tones made the atmosphere warmer and pleasant. Great work!
Such minimalistic spaces are usually chosen by men, but this studio apartment with total area of 34 sqm in Moscow was created to accommodate a young girl. The owner really wanted to get a bright, open, modern home without an abundance of bold colors, using natural materials and laconic forms. As a result, the apartment has one common living space where all the functional zones are in harmony. Stylish and functional!
The main idea behind the project of this historic townhouse in New York was to complement modern design with art, as the owner has an impressive collection of paintings. And the result is just stunning! In this white kingdom there is almost no place for other colors – and from this a strong impression of the interior only grows. Particularly impressive were chandeliers, walls with stucco molding and marble bathroom. A nice bonus – several cozy verandas right in the center of the big city. Very unusual, bright and stylish!
The main task that the designer Anne Decker faced during the project was to harmoniously inscribe the new home into the historic colonial surroundings in the suburbs of Washington. So, the mansion gained beautiful traditional white facade, typical for the houses of the 30s of the last century. The interior space is dominated by clean lines, simple but exquisite shapes and materials, natural light. Very elegant and relaxing home for people with good taste!
Most of the Scandinavian interiors that we post here are IKEA-styled, functional and decorated on a budget. But there are other type of Scandi spaces – exquisite, luxurious, decorated with the use of expensive materials and modern designer furniture. And let the interiors of this apartment in a historical building in the heart of Stockholm are not filled with lots of furniture and decor, you can feel the nobility and exclusivity of this dwelling. A great example of inspiring modern design!