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Scandinavian style requires a lot of timber, and in this case, the raw finishing of the timber serves as the ideal contrast of the modern, glossy finishing. Most of the modern aspects of the interior, including coffee tables, dining tables and chairs are done in a...

One thing you first notice as you go through the apartment is that the designer has a preference to maximize the potential of the height of the walls. All the rooms feature floor to ceiling furniture pieces. Starting from the living area, the designer has decorated...

The designer uses almost the same principle and layout for both the living room and the bedroom. And why wouldn’t he, since it works. Being that it is a small apartment, in order to make it look visually bigger and add depth, the designer installs drop...

Mixing old with new is something that designers use for years not only in the interior design, but also in fashion. Old and new are a good match every time, as long as they work together and complement each other. In this case, the rustic elements...

On first glance, industrial and Scandinavian design are two completely different designs, and cannot be paired. But in reality, they can work together. That might not happen in the same room, but in the same apartment, it is very plausible idea. For example, the living area...