18 Oct Industrial Scandinavian At BoatHouse Residences
Starting from the living and dining area where the designer adds wood to the carpentry work in order to add warmth to the interior. For the TV feature wall, the designer opts for a series of flying boxes, creating a unique and interesting look. The background is part of the industrial touch, as the designer uses a concrete look for the wall, achieved by a special laminate.
The most impressive piece is the custom dining table paired with the storage cabinet and an overhead ceiling, all done in high quality timber.
And as mentioned, another goal for the designer was to visually increase the space. The designer does that by installing a full wall mirror in the dining area, amplifying the space while reflecting light.
Going into the master bedroom, it is another room where the designer uses more industrial touch. The walls resemble concrete. The storage cabinets in the master bedroom are also done with concrete touch. Floating shelves and a display niche in between adds just enough space while looking visually attractive.
For the study room, the designer mixes the industrial and Scandinavian style in a single element, which is the study table. The timber made table is covered by metal on the edges, perfectly displaying the mix and match pairing. Floating storage shelves in the study room are another creative storage solution.