17 Nov Scandinavian Industrial At Blk 487B Sunshine Gardens
What is common for both Scandinavian and industrial style is the use of neutral colors, mostly white and cream colors for the background of the interior. In this case, however, the designer adds a twist by using more lively colors.
Take the living room for example, where the blue painted wall looks much more lively as a background for the carpentry work. Another interesting twist is the addition of texture to the TV feature wall via wooden laminates.
For the dining area, the designer again adds another color, this time a dark gray color. For the carpentry work, the designer opts for more industrial like table and chairs.
In the living area, the designer also adds a bay window seating section, with a small shelving that can store some of the precious decorations and accessories. The shelving is conveniently “hidden” in the corner.
The kitchen, on the other hand, is a room completely made in Scandinavian style, as evidenced by the use of wooden laminates with a natural, raw outlook.
Going into the master bedroom, the designer adds another color to the twist, this time a sunny yellow. For the carpentry work, the designer uses both Scandinavian style (for the working desk), and industrial style (for the floating shelves positioned on pipes).