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This room features the elements of a modern Scandinavian style: a clean white base combined with primary colours – here we used red and blue – bent wood and raised furniture for an airy look. And of course, functionality is key. Storage that optimises the wall and multi-purpose and moveable furniture work wonders for this extra small space.
In this studio apartment, a shelving unit – used as a room divider –separates the dining area from the living room while providing plenty of storage that is easily accessible from both sides. Stash away gadgets, games and clutter (or anything you need to store) in these boxes that fit perfectly on its shelves.
Big and bold graphic patterns are hallmarks of modern Scandinavian design. The MAJSMOTT cushion cover is a wonderful example of this. A tip for mixing and matching cushion covers: stick to a colour palette (here, it’s black and white) when using different patterns. Designer Emma Hagman was inspired by nature when creating the cushion cover. “I started out drawing by hand, to get a lively feel. I like how the hand makes things naturally asymmetric,” she shares. “Random checks, untamed leaves and details from nature were my inspiration. For me, Scandinavian design is not only simple, but also warm, nature-inspired, and often bold and large- scale.”
White combined with pops of blue and red, light wood, bold and graphic patterns, and smart storage make up this cheerful living room. Here, form and function come together in a playful way, creating a space that is allowing, and a joy to live in.