By Florian Louisette. Interior. Published at Monday, September 25th, 2017 - 09:20:14 AM.
The bedroom is very small. There’s barely enough space in here for the basic furniture pieces and the bed takes up most of the floor space. Even so, it doesn’t really feel that tiny. That’s partially because the room has a high ceiling which is emphasized by the long curtains.
The upper floor is use both as a family space and as a work area. The space is functionally divided and the overall look is airy and bright. This look is emphasized by the use of while-painted walls and ceilings in combination with light floors, thus creating the impression of a larger space.
Definitely modern, but still versatile enough to pair with traditional Scandinavian pieces are these black and white armchairs. The leggy style and curved cut of the seat are distinctive yet minimalist enough for a nordic-inspired space.
Light is important in this case in the sense that it fills the main living areas and gives them a bright and open appearance but also in the sense that it can be filtered and regulated using folding walls and dividers in order to change the layout of the space and to provide different levels of privacy. It’s also important to mention here that the social areas are in fact multi-functional spaces.
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