If you want a home that looks like a vacation, opt for simple yet functional designs. Take a cue from this Scandinavian home interiors and architecture. It's simple. It's timeless. It's beautiful.
Simple entry with a custom door and storage bench
Form and function are the priority inside Scandinavian homes. Here's an entryway with white walls, custom grey door with windows, and a storage bench.
This entryway leads to the living room, the common bathroom, and the home office.
The home office that welcomes guests
It is nice to have a dedicated home office where you can work and be productive. Furnish it to make it comfortable. Here, we have a sofa bed beside the work table, so the owner can rest and take a break without going out of the room.
The guest bathroom with grey and timber finishes
This home has two bathrooms and the guest bath has grey and faux timber tile finishes.
The luxurious master bathroom
The other bathroom features a stylish interior and a lux bathtub.
Bedroom with an indoor-outdoor access
Here is a bedroom big enough for a king-size bed and has its own reach-in closet. It also has its own access to the house's deck.
There are two sliding doors in the living room, both have access to the deck. It's not a seamless indoor-outdoor space, not like the ones we always build. Consider this when you want your indoor and outdoor living areas physically connected but visually separated. Also, this design is a great way to make the fireplace the focal point of the room.
Colour palette with mix and match neutrals
You'll never go wrong when you use neutral colours in 70% of the interior design. Here, the designers went with white walls and grey furniture pieces. This colour palette is an all-time favourite.
Decor that adds warmth
Wood keeps these Scandinavian home interior from looking cold and stark. Fabric furniture and the fuzzy rug also keeps this living room cozy.
Connected living area, dining area, and kitchen
The living room links to the dining area that's next to the kitchen. This is a nice floor plan, especially when your kitchen and dining area are reserved for intimate occasions.
This is a great example of a broken floor plan, and it's a nice way to manage foot traffic in and out of the kitchen.
Keep the TV away from the dining area
Here, the dining area has no view of the TV in the living room. This design works when you want intimate gatherings in your home. The dining area is a place where people gather to enjoy a meal together so, try to minimise the distractions here.
Sparkling white kitchen
While the living room is cool with its grey colours, the kitchen blinds you with brightness. The streamlined cabinets are white. The island and countertop are white. Even the walls, floors, and ceiling are white!
Well, the kitchen is a busy place. It is important for the kitchen to be bright and well lit.