Gray, upon Gray, upon gray. Sure, it sounds quite drab, but when properly done, it looks exceptionally chic as is the case in this home, which takes on the Swedish inspired decorating style. Darker hues on the walls, dark gray cabinets, with light gray accent pieces.
Light works –
Of course too much of anything is a bad thing – yes, even with the gray color scheme. With this in mind, the right lighting makes a world of difference. With large area windows, wide open spacing, and bright LED lighting throughout, this home truly takes on a captivating style, and doesn’t look too dark at all.
Break up the monotonous tones –
With white picture frames, with distinct prints on them, a large vase with bright green plants in the middle of the living room, and even wooden dining table in the kitchen area, the space simply comes together. It works! When different shades, darker and lighter patterns, and distinct styles come together, it makes for a truly welcoming, inviting, and altogether unique decorative theme. And, in this home, the pieces and decorative accent pieces really do come together in the space.
Not only bright LED lighting, but distinct lamps, hanging lighting in the kitchen, and industrial styles throughout, really help bring the entire home together. It looks like something you would see in a magazine; in fact, this is exactly what it is!
Whether you enjoy the darker shades and simple color schemes, or want a distinct style in your home, which stands out and stands apart, this Swedish inspired decorating pattern truly works. Check out the home online, and see for yourself how well the colors (and lack of color variation), truly does work well in this home.
What do you think about the home? Do the design prints and accent pieces work for you? Share your comments below.
Images: planète deco