FALSE CREEK CONDOScandinavian Living Room, Vancouver

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Scandinavian open concept living room in Vancouver with grey walls and light hardwood floors. —  Houzz
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travis123456 wrote:24March,2016
    chrisgibson86 wrote:9September,2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      catherine_smith1953805
      Spacesmiths added this to Neutral Shades and How to Work With Them1 March 2016

      But it can also get a good boost with white for a softer, more casual, daytime take on mixing it up. Surprisingly, grey can feel warm: Scandinavians use a lot of soft, washed greys to counter their dark, dreary winters.To stop your grey scheme fading away, make judicious use of tone on tone. Here a deeper shade on shelves makes the precious accessories stand out more than they would against white, a mid-toned rug anchors the scheme against a warm wood floor. Subtle prints in a mix of neutrals are an easy way to add visual interest if you are really colour averse. (Again, block out the patterned ottomans and you’ll see how dull the room becomes).

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      dahjashort
      Dahja Short added this to dahjashort's ideas5 days ago

      Everything gray and white. No brown wood

      stephaniemariecope
      stephaniemariecope added this to 19th street: addition and Refresh11 February 2020

      Like the shake of the couch- interesting idea for built ins... but is it timeless?

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