PortfolioTraditional Dining Room, Gothenburg

This is an example of a traditional dining room in Gothenburg. —  Houzz
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Antonia af Petersens added this to The New Nordic: Scandi Style Embraces Colour6 May 2016

Why do we think of Nordic homes as light?Scandinavian homes traditionally have been designed to maximise sunlight. Stockholm is the Nordic region’s sunniest capital, with about 1,800 hours of sunshine a year, and that figure is at least 1,000 hours short of the amount enjoyed in Madrid, Sydney and Miami.“The foundation of Scandinavian design, and our Nordic homes, will always be brightness and simplicity, because it’s simply what we need due to the lack of sunlight,” says Karl Johan Bertilsson, creative director at NCS Colour Academy, which offers colour consultancy services to manufacturers, architects and designers around the world.Eclectic home draws inspiration from around the world

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Beth Krum added this to Dolls House Room Ideas1 Oct 2018

Vases, could be made from beads?

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