HOME TOUR | Scandinavian interior with amazing Kitchen Island Design

by Elisabetta

Have you ever dreamed of a huge kitchen island at home? I’m sure you will also dream about this amazing Scandinavian interior after reading this new home tour.

This 100 square meters apartment in Gothenburg has a kitchen island space which is just perfect.

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The empty interior was already amazing even without furniture I know. Indeed, it’s an historical apartment and its high ceiling, large windows and plaster decor are for sure a great starting point for the design. But I love how the furnishings add an extra value to the space because of their minimalism and clean lines.

Bright wood floor throughout all the apartment, white washed walls, open plan living with a huge kitchen island basically make the design. All kitchen appliances are hidden behind cabinets. If you are wondering where the kitchen hook is, you should have a look at the latest kitchen hood design news here. Did you know that you can hide kitchen hook by combining it to the burners?

Great choice also for the interior finishes and materials: the dark kitchen island makes a statement in the room, everything else is in natural wood. Including the iconic Thonet bentwood chairshere you can find the story of the n°14 chair by Thonet , basically the chair you see in this apartment.

For sure the kitchen design is the first space which draw the attention in this interior, however there are also many other interesting features in this Scandinvian apartment.

A very nice idea is for example in the master bedroom. Here the open closet was hidden behind large white curtains, not by usual cabinet doors. The curtains are in a continuous line with the windows and this gives the room a very light and airy mood. The second bedroom is also very clean and minimal and the exposed bricks are the only decorating element.

Enjoy the full home tour by looking at the images below!

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