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In what is essentially a Scandinavian industrial design, the designer pulls few tricks up from his sleeve to make the environment look visually appealing, and add extra rooms. The living area represents the Scandinavian industrial style the best, as the room is decorated in a minimalistic...

The main goal of the interior design was to add as much brightness as possible. Since there is little natural light, the design must take full advantage of it. What the designer has done is opt for bright cement tiles in most rooms, while keeping the...

Whenever you think of a modern design, there are three key approaches. The first one is black and white minimalistic, the second is combination with contemporary and Scandinavian, and the third common approach is modern interior with textures to make it look interesting. In this case, the...

The designer proposes two different styles for the standard and the dry kitchen. While in essence, they have the same outlook, the difference is in the finishing touches. The first option for both kitchens is a more natural outlook. The finishing on the kitchen elements is...

The Scandinavian style is a huge trend in the interior design in the last years. But as with every style, the Scandinavian evolves towards perfection more and more. For example, few years ago, using wooden materials in the interior was enough to achieve the style. Nowadays,...