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Styling S:t Olofsgatan Scandinavian Home Office, Stockholm

Foto: Gustav Aldin SE360
Photo of a mid-sized scandinavian study room in Stockholm with white walls, light hardwood floors and a freestanding desk. — Houzz

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kate Burt added this to Forget Lagom – Here Are the Scandi Trends You Should Be Embracing
… to blend inThe overall style – pale, pared-back and peppered with classic designer pieces and natural materials – may seem from the outside like a Scandi home’s ‘uniform’, but there are plenty of differences and variations to be had within this tried, tested and globally popular look.Danish homes are more likely to be distinguished by the different designer pieces in them. They’re also typically more restrained than Swedish interiors, which are often less about high design and more about how a design democracy (think Ikea) can help you to have a home that’s stylish but not showy-offy.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Joanna added this to Wish List
white and natural light, spacious
Сергей Соломеин added this to Идеи _______________93659
расположение стола в кабинете

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