Natural materials are also a key ingredient in Scandinavian design. They are expressed here in the teakwood cladding and Statuario marble island.
You can't go off the Scandinavian design mark when you choose a colour such as "Nordic blue" for your interiors. The deep shade was chosen for the kitchen cabinetry of this home, which was further enhanced by the white quartz of the countertop.
The refreshingly light palette makes the kitchen an inviting space for the homeowners to explore their love for baking.
Scandinavian design is often defined by its open interiors so as to capitalise on what scant sunshine they receive over the year. Features such as skylights and rail-less staircases in this home illuminate the kitchen and common areas, just as any Nordic home would do.