The angle is awkward but it illustrates very well exactly how a sleek black and stainless kitchen (cabinetry and countertops) works aesthetically with rustic, traditional flooring and accessories, nudging this kitchen toward a warm look and feel. Invita kitchen showroom.
Kitchen display in Uno Form showroom in Copenhagen. Classic modern style mixes well with old wood and accessories with warmth.
The trendy gray color paired with a classic medium brown wood finish, classic white walls and classic Scandinavian light wood flooring tempers the trendy look to a more classic modern look. Simple, spacious, nearly invisible storage sits behind the countertop.
Get flooring material and make a table. Find a base, any kind of base and the design will be yours alone. This Scandinavian table design was shot by me in Illums Bolighus. It also allows for the appreciation of the natural wood characteristics.
A reception area of a bed and breakfast in Bornholm, a small island off the coast of Denmark that I stayed at. I love the blues, the natural, very matte flooring, the gracious light fixture of traditional design and the very modern desk area and artwork. The whole vignette is perfection to my eye - not too much, not too little.
I don’t know where in Copenhagen I took this shot of this amazing light colored flooring, but I have not seen it before or since. The texture is unique-organic yet classic and modern as so much of Scandinavian design is.
The dining room of my cousin, Lis, just outside of Copenhagen.
A classic and modern Scandinavian kitchen. To my eye, the table, chairs and flooring alone add enormous warmth and style, setting the tone for the rest of the space. From the blog dreamhousecammy.blogspot