Just like the previous home, this one has a good outdoor view and so the choice of a sliding glass door is a good consideration. This house looks really clean and fresh thanks to the white furniture and walls. Minimal colors also make the space look tranquil and also perfect for the OC ones who like their own spaces neat and clean.
A large Scandinavian open concept for a living room with music area. Its decors give more life to the space with white walls and medium tone hardwood floors. If you want something a little modern but still Scandinavian, this is the living room for you. And what added to its appeal is the use of pastel colors not just in the living room but also in the kitchen.
In this case the flowery painting and trees beyond work really well together. Low, winter light comes in through the argon-filled triple-pane low-E glass to further heat up the polished concrete floors, which have their own radiant heating. The sun on the floor reduces the need for the radiant heating, letting the heat dissipate throughout the day.
There are several factors that need to be considered when designing a home with a Scandinavian theme. Aside from the clean lines, the use of light is important. Scandinavian spaces are bright and it usually uses earthy muted colors and minimal ornamentation. But it won’t ruin the look if you try to add some colors to it. Most of the time, interior designers opt to use pastels instead of the bold colors in order to retain the simplicity of the space. Although pastels are just light, it can bring a sweet and warm appeal to a home.
Look at the finale of this list! A floor to ceiling mirror that faces the fireplace and check out how lovely it actually is! If you notice, the furniture and decorations in this living room are mid-century in theme and they are just so perfect with all the elements inside this space!
When I saw this living room, I thought that we could really do so much with it the area is really large and really fancy-looking. If you ask me, I think this is one of those houses that is pretty large and has very few people living in them; totally not a bad thing, but I think this space could definitely make a large family really happy.