Published at Thursday, January 11th, 2018 - 08:40:37 AM. Scandanavian Kitchen. By Bastien Bertrand.
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Throughout the winter months the days in the northern hemisphere are extremely short, with only a few hours of daylight. Unsurprisingly, the use of light is very important in Nordic design, with many interiors focusing on creating bright, well-lit spaces. Light coloured wood floors and soft walls are perfect for constructing the illusion of lighter, larger and more spacious rooms. Under unit lighting is great way to brighten up the worktop areas in your kitchen, whilst overhead lights can add an abundance of style and sophistication to your dining areas.
Since minimalism, frugality and organization are an inherent part of the style, you will never have a problem while working with it. Modular wall-mounted cabinets, sleek floating shelves and ergonomic worktops that put efficiency over form make up the core of Nordic-inspired kitchens.
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