House Tour: A contemporary Scandinavian-style home for $150,000
by Home & Decor /
April 27, 2015
This apartment, designed by Habit, proves that a simple design concept and colour theme is enough to transform a space. Using a mix of dark and light materials, and integrating timeless Scandinavian furnishings, the result is an understatedly stylish home. The renovation cost $150,000.
The fine balance of dark and light hues makes up a space that's sharp but not harsh.
The home owner felt that it was important to get a high quality sofa that was durable as most designs tend to sag over time. She bought this sofa from Danish Design as it comes with a 10 year guarantee.
The home owner cosied up her bedroom with feminine paintings and a reindeer hide which she brought back from Scandinavia.
A roomy open concept bathroom stands between the master bedroom and a room that was converted into a walk-in wardrobe.