Published at Tuesday, February 06th, 2018 - 12:01:55 PM. Interior. By .
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While a neutral palette and monochrome decor help create a relaxing nordic vibe, a pop of color adds brightness and vibrancy to an otherwise restrained space. And for Scandinavians, what other color would they choose but blue? Whether it reminds them of the sea or the azure sky above, all shades of blue can work in a nordic-inspired room. Bright cobalt, sky blue and light powder blue are among the hues that are commonly chosen. Here, a periwinkle blue, tall-backed sofa is paired with an upholstered piece that can serve as a seat or a coffee table, thanks to the pale wood inset.
The living room is also a dining room and it’s very large and airy. It has white walls and oak parquet flooring. The living room is also connected to the balcony that can be used as an extra room during warm months. The bedroom has large windows overlooking the courtyard and it’s spacious enough to accommodate a double bed and an office, reading corner or workspace. Overall, this is a vintage-modern apartment, very cozy and inviting.
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