Houzz Tour | Svante ÖquistMidcentury Living Room, Stockholm
Nadja Endler © Houzz 2017
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Natural lightNatural light is important in Scandinavia, particularly in the winter months, as it contributes to wellbeing, happiness and productivity. Therefore, large full-length or oversize windows will line the sides of Scandinavian homes, capturing as much daylight as possible. Plus, windows are generally kept clear – definitely no heavy curtains.
13. Boardwalk style. Stockholm, SwedenSee the rest of this house here
The original feel of Villa Sundahl in Stockholm, Sweden is still intact. Sundahl had built it in 1955 with a view to comfort and style, and the idea of living well in a truly Scandinavian manner permeates the house, from the sun-loving windows to the sunken indoor garden and giant open fireplace.
15. Room of plenty. Stockholm, Sweden