We are obsessing over the 70s evergreen botanical trend that works so amazingly well with the Nordic interior design; Whites and muted colours, natural wood, functional and minimalistic. Get blooming all year round when you incorporate the 70s inspired botanical trend into your home. This is how you can steal the style!
Scandinavian Architects constantly challenges themselves and strives to design houses of the future, both with aesthetics, functionality and new technology in mind. One new exciting property project includes Richard Baches vei 15, Nesoddtangen, Norway. We are suffering from proper house envy in the Little Scandinavian office today!
Perhaps most notable this year at the Clerkenwell Design Week 2016 was the barn-like structure in the centre of Clerkenwell, designed by the Swedish firm White Arkitekter.
Canary is a small yellow songbird in the finch family. It is also a sophisticated home-security system with all the necessary sensors; an air-quality sampler, a motion detector, a humidity sensor, a temperature gauge, and a three-axis accelerometer, all in one single device which is also housing a microphone and a security camera.
When flicking through glossy design magazines and seeing some truly stylish homes it’s easy to dismiss it as not attainable as well as not suitable for living with children. But there are certain tricks to follow to achieve a truly elegant family home. We are taking you on a house tour today – and also …
Designed in the style of a magazine to reflect its functionality, this book is a rare find and would be an immensely useful tool for anyone who is looking to implement some minimalistic Scandinavian design into their home.