The Danish hygge concept is something beautiful, cozy, safe and familiar, and this is exactly the idea behind the design of this wintry house. Get ready to fall in love with the mix of soft grays, warm wood, and subtle natural textures.
The living room walls are white, and what stands out is the amazingly rustic and somewhat rough furniture that has a vintage look and creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The sofa is dark gray and there are some other shades of gray in the decor. A stone-clad fireplace with an inset stove is a great idea, a focal point of the room. Check out the industrial wire basket for storing firewood – isn’t that a brilliant idea?
The open kitchen is bright, there is a metal kitchen island that is very durable. The room is warmed up with jute carpets and warm wooden furniture. Open shelves, industrial lamps and boxes for storage as well as rustic objects make the kitchen rural, very cozy and relaxed.
The bedroom is whitewashed, a little shabby and vintage. A whitewashed shabby chic sideboard and mirror make the room peaceful and serene, a branch ornament holder is like a touch of nature, and to make the bedroom more cozy, the designers used textiles such as carpets, bedspreads and a crochet basket.
The designer often used warm rustic woods, such as wooden beams, furniture and items, to make the house feel cozy, warm and rustic. The floors are a bit shabby in shades of gray, they look great and also add to the decor. He also added woven baskets to store things for a touch of country chic and a cozy feel. Winter tones and nautral calm fill this amazing Scandinavian home, get inspired and pin some ideas!