A palette of pastels and clean, streamlined finishes complete the modern look of this Scandi Swedish home enveloped in nature. From the outside, the dark wood tones of the facade are striking against the lush greenery of the surrounds. On the inside, however, this home is bright and illuminated, with stunning finishes that give it contemporary allure.
In this two-bedroom house, modern architecture and nature meet in a peaceful harmony. The house consists of the main building as well as a studio of 30 square meters with associated storage area.
A cosy, open plan kitchen opens up into a dining area. Light wooden finishes complement the modern interior of this home, with pale wooden ceilings and floors and a light pastel shade used throughout the kitchen. A mix of dining chairs adds to the eclectic and lived-in atmosphere of this space.
The windows connect us to the outside world, where a sea of greenery awaits, brought indoors by a selection of potted plants on the window sills. Woven occasional seating, furry throws and scatters contribute to the Scandi ambiance of the place and the careful mix of finishes that add depth here.
The wall of windows is the main attraction here. As if framing the garden, the welcome addition of natural light and immaculate landscape views adds to the appeal of this room.
Outdoor living is equally important here. A simple outdoor patio area serves as the perfect connection between the indoors and exterior living space.
A modern bathroom in crisp white is minimalist and the perfect addition to this no-frills abode. Subway tiles are used from floors to ceiling for a harmonious feel in this space, while a freestanding white tub adds modern appeal here.