3 bedrooms, 3 interior design styles
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Modern décor styleThis interior has a touch of the design style of the 1950s and 60s. The materials are both wood and metal, and the furniture design is functional, reflecting the intended purpose of each piece. Here, the slightly masculine pieces of furniture are matched with more soft and feminine accessories.
The colors are neutral and unnecessary details have been eliminated. This "minimalism" will make the room look less cluttered - even if you forget to make your bed.
The light summer nights are reflected in the design typical of the Scandinavian style. The palette is primarily natural and white with single splashes of colour in a piece of furniture, a cushion or other type of textile. The – often wooded – furniture is functional like in the Modern décor style, but also have lines with a purely aesthetic purpose. The Scandinavian style is spacious, takes maximum advantage of natural light and draws upon simplicity, combined with an almost careless elegance.
Scandinavian décor style
Even if you live in a studio flat, and have to fit a desk into your bedroom, you can still decorate it in style.