Green shutters both complement the garden's hues and can be opened to reveal charming wood windows. Because they span the length of the villa, the windows are sure to fill all three floors with stunning natural light.
Replacing an existing window that was smaller, a new insulated double hung window with white trim over the bench with relaxed roman shades brings lots of natural light into the entry. Two adjustable industrial-style wall sconces with a polished nickel finish help illuminate the space.
Light helps to create an airy, energized atmosphere in Scandinavian homes. This brightness instantly connects what’s outdoors to what’s indoors. This is an important design principle and why so many Scandinavian homes have a multitude of windows.
The indoor spaces of this home are designed to optimize the daylight from the outdoors. Large windows all around the space, as well as windows in the upper wall, bring in plenty of natural light and minimize the need to ever use artificial light during the day.
On the opposite wall, two floor-to-ceiling sash windows fill the living room with natural light. Meanwhile, traditional armchairs and an exquisite sofa ensure that there's plenty of room for friends around the coffee table.
Floor-to-ceiling windows fill this master suite with beautiful natural light and keep the ocean within sight. At the same time, a plush armchair and modern end table create a cozy nook for reading when its too windy to be on the balcony.