Granite countertops, a utility sink and simple white cabinets make this Scandinavian laundry room chic and functional. Laundry day is made easier with a perfectly positioned folding counter over the washer and dryer and plenty of storage space.
White walls are the perfect blank canvas for colorful art and pillows. Although minimalistic, this Scandinavian style girl's bedroom boasts plenty of charming elements, like the gold chandelier, white fur rug and graphic throw pillow.
Black and white arrow-printed wallpaper sets the tone for this eclectic, mature nursery. A turquoise, over-dyed rug brings a playful pop of color to the neutral space. Scandinavian-style furniture is both sleek and gender-neutral.
Modern chrome accents give this bathroom a sleek look. Gray and white mosaic tile floors reflect the natural light, creating a glittering effect. The simple, Scandinavian style chair brings some natural texture and warmth to the all-white space.
Knotty pine paneling is original to this cottage's living and dining space and was kept natural to maintain the modern country feel. The natural wood provides a backdrop to the owner's colorful artwork depicting a jazz club scene.
This kitchen gives a nod to Scandinavian design with its uncomplicated style. White oak cabinetry and a hardwood floor create a light, minimalistic feel, while sleek hardware and stainless steel appliances add a touch of modern flair.
As seen on Love It or List It, Too, designer Jillian Harris was inspired by Scandinavian design for Kelly and Steve's kitchen remodel. She used clean lines, ample amounts of white, and small pops of subdued color throughout the space. She gave the family plenty of seating with the breakfast bar and the large farmhouse style table in the dining area just off the kitchen.
When designing a bathroom for a busy family of five, Wanda Ely used a wide trough-style sink that lets all three children brush their teeth at once and added clever storage solutions to store everyone’s essentials. “The clients wanted a white bathroom with Scandinavian, spa-like feel with open shelving,” says Ely. “The floating, rustic maple shelves had holes routed out of them to fit various glass and metal inserts that help hold and organize their belongings. Stainless steel inserts hold toothbrushes, glass test tubes hold flowers, glass cups hold miscellaneous items like hair elastics and cotton balls.”