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designscale scandinavian living area floating storage Pairing clean and straight lines with neutral color is what makes this design timeless, pleasing and attractive. For the Scandinavian aspect, the designer adds lots of wooden elements into the carpentry. 
designscale modern scandinavian lime canary living area 1 This is a HDB modern scandinavian flat at Senja. Keeping the furnishing and the design to minimal, the designer manages to deliver clean and modern Scandinavian look. 

With a simple goal in mind, visually enhance the space, the designer has opted for the best approach for the interior. That is, painting the room in white and shades of white, with carefully selected furnishings to complement it. Starting from the living area, the designer...

The goal for the designer in the apartment is simple, visually enhance the rooms and make them as practical and as functional as they can be. By creatively arranging the furniture, the designer has achieved the latter, while neutral colors are used for visual enhance of...

On first glance, Scandinavian style and industrial style cannot be matched, since their basic principle is totally opposite. While Scandinavian requires more wooden and timber elements, industrial commands concrete. But in reality, everything can be mixed and matched. Starting from the living area, where the designer...