By Bastien Bertrand. Scandanavian Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 - 11:45:16 AM.
The Scandinavian style, established in northern Europe at the beginning of the 20th century in countries such as Denmark, Finland and Sweden, aims to make maximum use of light. The result is a kitchen with cosy, well-balanced, peaceful atmosphere in which white is the predominant colour.
It is lighting that makes or breaks the look of the Scandinavian kitchen. Large windows are a trademark feature of this style, and a flood of natural light is always welcome here! Couple this with smart pendants (cool metallic designs are currently the trendy option) and warm ambient lighting, and you have the ideal setting.
While some homeowners love to combine a rustic look with Scandinavian style, others prefer a more contemporary approach to kitchen design. No matter what your idea of a lovely Scandinavian-inspired kitchen is, make sure that you get the lighting of the space spot on.
Here, bright mustard cabinetry and chequered floors meet dreamy pastels and block monochromes. Stencil frames and finer elements wind boxes around benches, and cubby holes around ornaments. Plant life hangs and hides simultaneously, a breath of fresh air in light and airy spaces. Take our tour to see.
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