19th Century Style Scandinavian Farmhouse
The classic beauty of Scandinavia lies within its home decorum. This 19th century style farmhouse attic home offers a rustic feel with a modern input. There are several interior designs that clash Scandinavian classicism and 21st century modernism together.
The Living Room
The living room further illustrates the juxtaposition between Scandinavian classicism and 21st century modernism. The brown modern oversized loveseat and simple brown coffee table brings a certain eloquence when it mashes with the classic white three-cushioned couch and light colored patterned Persian rug.
The Two-Tone Kitchen
The small open concept kitchen doesn’t leave much to the imagination. However, with the white paneled walls, choosing a black marble countertop and matching appliances widens the space. This two-tone kitchen with the exposed red brick, brings an elegance and sophistication to the kitchen without it being a gaudy distraction.
The Sitting Room
Upon entry, the welcoming room is the sitting room. What’s fascinating about this area is that it truly embraces the “less is more attitude”, while still embracing the overall theme of the home. The classicism appears in the crushed red-velvet couch that is outlined in crafted wood. The red adds color which is welcoming and pulls the room together. The simple boxes and frames used for décor allows the room to feel open. Replacing a coffee table for a basic trunk, not only adds storage space, but makes the room feel neat and simple.
The Dining Area
The noticeable red Persian rug adds color and draws out the rustic mosaic of the table. The white square farm table, blends with the kitchen making it blend well with the kitchen. The modern chairs integrating with a classic timepiece draws in the ambiance of the entire space, making the area seem open and less claustrophobic.
Painted with a light tone gray, the stone wall draws in natural light and pulls in the modernist feel are dominant in the space. However, there is a tinge of classic style with the sliding farm doors, treated and painted wood stump nightstand, and white Egyptian cotton linens.