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For some of us, Interiors and Interior Design can be very difficult to understand. However, more than ever, modern homes and furniture home decor are getting simpler and incredibly light. Scandinavian Interior Design Style is such a trendy thing that Home Inspiration Ideas could not miss it.
The Scandinavian Style gives an intricate and quite interesting vibe to the ambiance without leaving it too heavy or even dark. Today, I invite you to get to know this 1890 inspired Apartment in Norway.
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Instead of making totally clear, the 19th Century was characterized by big arrangements of mid century furniture. You can use different styles and types of pieces.
You definitely can mix some modern pieces to this kind of ambiance. Digital wall art is a plus in a big nude wall, so go forward.
Little Kitchens. Big Solutions
The truth is that nowadays, little kitchens are not a disadvantage. Instead, people are using it only to cook and not to spend so much time there. Like in the 19th century, people spend their time in the living room or dining room.
A Royal Dining Room
Mixing contemporary dining chairs with a true historical dining table, can turn your simple dining table into a romantic spot.
Say YES to Accessories
Accessories are always a plus when the 19th century is the main inspiration. And how can we blame this trend? You should mix animal inspired accessories with natural details, such as flowers.
Velvet is an increbile luxury and strong fabric. It makes the ambiance warmer and increbidly seductive.
Of course that you want to know more about these 19th century inspiration, so you should go for a sneak peek on our Pinterest Page.
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