A Light Filled Scandinavian Inspired Getaway
Home interiors can come in different shapes and sizes. The styles are very different and many people have different points of view when it comes to what’s inspiring and what’s not. Here at Decoholic we know that inspiration is key for all of you. So here is a Light Filled Scandinavian Inspired home by Jessica Helgerson.
What Scandinavian Inspiration is all about
What the creator has to say about this masterpiece is the following:
“This Hamptons home was a departure from the historic homes we often take on. With significant changes to the floor plan and finishes, the home transformed in to a light filled Scandinavian inspired getaway for our clients. We designed cozy sitting rooms with built in sofas on each floor and expanded the kitchen to include space previously occupied by a screened porch.
The palette is very restrained with pale wood, white painted wood, handmade white tile, marble and brass. We took our cues for furnishing the home from our stylish clients; incorporating timeless Danish pieces with some more modern touches.”
The senior designer for the Amagansett project was Chelsie Lee and the local architect was TBD Architecture.
Wooden material can be spotted in this home interior. In combination with the bright, white colors it makes the place look stunning, minimal and very calming.
Imagine yourself surrounded by an environment like that. Amazing isn’t it? We love it and we are pretty sure that you are going to love it, too! Just take some notes from this home interior and everything will be just as perfect as you want it to be.
Of course don’t forget the importance of being near nature. It really adds to the atmosphere created by this interior.
The fact that the house is located near greenery makes it even more appealing to our eyes. As psychology says, when we are near nature it is easier for us to find more inner peace and relaxation in general. The fresh air really impacts you positively. So what about having a great interior with some even greater exterior? Scandinavian inspiration can come in handy in this case.