Clean lines, organic shapes, lighting, soft colors, wood, Scandinavian interior design is a style loved and sought after by more and more people. Minimalist and one-dimensional, a predominantly all-white color scheme is the key to giving your home a Scandinavian look. But what if you want to apply this style to your kitchen, the most difficult work room to decorate and decorate the house? Using white can make your space brighter, lighter and more sophisticated.
1- Opt for white furniture
If you want to create a Scandinavian-style kitchen, the ideal is to opt for white furniture. The use of a light color palette will allow the light to invade and reflect on the walls, giving the illusion of a larger kitchen and will also give your kitchen a more modern feel.
2- Install suspension type luminaires
Having suspension type fixtures in your kitchen is very trendy right now, many people opt for this kind of fixtures or industrial type lamps. Many models exist on the market, choose rather black or copper color suspensions to give character to your kitchen.
3- Install parquet flooring on the ground
Wooden floors are a must in any kitchen. They are much more practical and they are also a key element in any Scandinavian style kitchen. Other great options are ceramic tile or cement tile, both are easy to clean and maintain.
4- Add touches of bright colors
In true Scandinavian style, if you have an all-white kitchen, the best way to add a touch of color is to add various brightly colored furniture. For example, many people opt for a Smeg brand refrigerator, houseplants or coffee machines that will add a splash of color without going overboard. You can also choose a tablecloth in pastel shades that will fit perfectly with the Nordic mood.
5- Hang paintings on the walls
No Scandinavian cuisine would be complete without adding some paintings to the walls. Whether you opt for a large canvas or simply a simplistic frame with a monochrome image, this will add character to your interior. But what if you want to apply this style to your kitchen, the most difficult work room to decorate and decorate the house? Using white can make your space brighter, lighter and more sophisticated.
This Scandinavian cuisine is proof that a small kitchen can also be stylish while containing plenty of storage and room to cook pleasantly. This Scandinavian style of cooking, refined but refined, showcases raw materials with concrete floors and wooden walls. The small kitchen is soberly equipped with the necessary, not to mention a touch of fantasy that personalizes with the shelf that exposes some decorative objects. The absence of colors and the omnipresence of raw materials make this little kitchen a functional Scandinavian kitchen where we like to spend time.