Make your home your own for 2018, and achieve the Scandinavian home decor you have always dreamed about.
One of the biggest trends for 2018 is curated interiors! Now more than ever, people are looking to get bespoke furniture pieces and interiors that are designed especially for them. And while overly minimalist interiors might be on their way out, sherbet colors and bespoke interiors are now more in than ever! Let’s have a little house tour and, hopefully, this stunning bespoke Scandinavian interior will inspire you to get home of your dreams.
Designed almost four years ago by Moscow-based architecture firm INT2 architecture this 105m2 apartment is now trendier than ever! While the designers’ main goal with this project was to create the biggest open living space with functional areas achievable, this Scandinavian interior also stands out for many other reasons…
While this is clearly a big open living space, the family room area stands out for the sherbet colors the designers decided to use. This particular interior was designed and conceptualized to honor Scandinavian interior traditions, as well as modern design. In fact, throughout the house, you will see multiple mid-century modern elements inspired by the 1950s and 1960s that reinterpret the decades and bring them into the 21st century.
The color palette used for this project is essentially neutral, with a few nuances and color splashes around the open space. You have your typical Scandinavian white walls and wooden flooring in the background, while pastel colors such as coral, soft blue, and pearl gray create a feeling of warmth and coziness.
The dining area is an all-black and light-wooded space, which adds to the feeling of modernity of the whole Scandinavian interior. If you look closely, you’ll see a few shelves at the end, which are an indicator that one of the most important things for the INT2 architecture team was attention to detail and, as in any good Scandinavian home, simplicity.
There are a small office space and a classic piano separated from the open space living room by double-sided shelving that add a luxurious twist to the Scandinavian interior design. Personalized artwork can also be seen in the office room, emphasizing the ideas that this really is a bespoke and curated home interior.
Photos © INT2 architecture on Behance
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