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Kitchen in the Scandinavian style: how to decorate, designer tips

Laconic, light, comfortable - Scandinavian cuisine. Dreaming of this? To find the right colors, decoration materials and accessories you will be helped by a step-by-step instruction that the designer Inga Ajgirey made specifically for Roomble. Scandinavian style is popular not simply: it is ideal for small and dark spaces, visually increasing them and filling with missing light and air. Russian cuisines are for the most part just such: small (and sometimes quite tiny), not always with a comfortable layout and quite gloomy due to lack of sun. The Scandinavians are familiar with these problems firsthand and have long invented a recipe for the transformation of such spaces. Today we want to talk about the kitchen: it is difficult to work with it, but it like no other room in the house needs a well-designed interior. The designer Inga Azhiri shared advice on how to do it right. Inga Azhgirey, designer Inga is engaged not only in design and decoration, but also decorates interior objects, makes custom-made graphics and paintings and holds master classes for children. In the work gives preference to the new classics with bright color accents and a modern style with elements of Scandinavian design. He likes unusual things in the interior. Www.inga-art.ru - For me the Scandinavian cuisine is a lot of light, natural materials and a light palette. But such a kitchen, with all the severity of the forms, I would not include minimalism, although there may be a lot of variations. Also in the Scandinavian style, I like the fact that just a drop of color or something textured-wooden immediately "makes" the interior. Those who want to decorate the kitchen in ScandinavianStyle, I would advise you first of all to determine the direction that you like most: a completely white interior with light wooden elements or, for example, white with dark accents and kitchen furniture of gray, blue and lavender shades. If you are for brevity, the interior will make the interior more durable with an apron with a geometric pattern, an ornament for which you can peek at the Scandinavians. If the wooden floor does not fit into the budget,Use as a coating a simulating board: light shades or almost black - depending on the overall concept. If you chose ceramic granite, then let it be black and white in checkered form or with a pastel geometric pattern. To finish the walls, you can use brickwork or paint: both light and dark areas, for example with a graphite board painting. You can also highlight the accent wall with wallpaper with a picture. No less important in Scandinavian interiors is light: It should be a lot! As an additional illumination of the working area, you can use inconspicuous soffits, but the light above the dining area or island should be accentuated. It can be plafonds of painted metal, retro light, etc. If you are the owner of a couple of vintage chairs or armchairs, be sure to give them a new life! Paint in a light or, conversely, saturated color, pull the seat if it needs to be updated, or just throw a sheep skin from IKEA on a chair. Those who prefer a calm color paletteFinishes and furniture, can "recoup" on the decor. Decorate the kitchen countertop for green pots of the same color, but different saturation, add bright towels, small rugs and woven t. D. Good will look interesting and a bit naive colored posters or black-and-white graphic quality photos in frames. Also the style is perfectly emphasized by cutting boards of unusual shape, copper utensils and marble. Even if you are a supporter of closed storage systems,Select one small one, on which you will put interesting jars with basic spices, a couple of cookbooks and, for example, a small poster. Such a composition will give liveliness to the interior, but only one shelf will not disturb the peace of mind of those who appreciate practicality and do not like dust. Photographs and collages for inspiration from Inga Azhgirey:

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