The space comprising of a living room space and a master bedroom. Bold, minimalistic designs also have a strong contemporary edge
The classic Swedish emphasis on functionality and reduced form has undergone a change, and today sophisticated colour schemes, a broad range of sustainable materials and conceptual ideas form a new diversity.
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Extra space has been created by adding a uplifted window. Frontal space of window is occupied with a small armroir and an antique mirror.
Bold blue is at harmony, blending with big media unit and wall art.
There are certain characteristics that set Swedish design apart. One is environmentally friendly production, which has a long tradition in Sweden. Transparency is another, for products.
“Sweden was flourishing and lots of the classic designs we recognise today were made during this time,” Kumlin says and highlights the fact that even though these objects were made to the masses, they were not stripped off its beauty. Simple, clean lines became the signifying aesthetic.
It was appreciated because of its availability; it wasn’t just about luxury and the extreme. Everybody could enjoy using it