Loads of issues come to thoughts when you consider the nations of Scandinavia. Whether or not it’s a flaky cheese Danish, a a comfortable Norwegian sweater, the view of the Aurora Borealis from Helsinki or, you understand, Ikea – the area is as numerous as it’s lovely and considerably mysterious. Scandinavian design was born out of the widely quiet life of those nations. Although it was first recognized as a motion within the Nineteen Fifties, clearly design has been happening within the area for for much longer than that. In the present day, once we speak about Scandinavian design, we imply simplicity and performance and this condominium in Prague, from visualizer Denis Krasikov, is not any totally different. Type serves a objective and ease doesn’t take the place of magnificence, however as an alternative augments it.
The lounge area with its vaulted ceilings might really feel a bit sparse to those that would search for an overstuffed sectional or formal eating room. In an condo fitted to a younger couple, a easy gray loveseat does the trick. It’s also the introduction the colour palette that threads its approach by way of the remainder of the condo: stark white partitions, darkish wood flooring, and the occasional splash of yellow or teal. It’s very trendy and stylish with out feeling overdone.
A central brick pillar is painted white, permitting it to behave as a room divider however nonetheless virtually disappear. Putting the tv towards this pillar on one aspect whereas the eating desk butts up towards it on the opposite is the right method to make sure that diners can give attention to each other somewhat than the blaring display.
The lofted mattress space is extremely cozy and positively easy. The mattress itself is definitely created from picket pallets whereas a chevron stripe cover brings some design parts from downstairs up into the bed room for a unifying really feel. The loft can also be positioned far sufficient under the pitched ceiling that it doesn’t really feel cramped, which is usually an points for areas like this.
Lastly the toilet with its stylish white tile partitions and checked flooring has a glowing simplicity and retro attraction to die for.