A Scandinavian Interior with a Mid-Century Twist in Baldwin Street
House tour: Find out how to make the most of your Scandinavian apartment with mid-century modern elements.
WN Interiors were the design studio behind the Scandinavian interior design project you’re about to see. Located on Baldwin Street in the heart of Bristol, this apartment is unique and conveniently placed near to Bristol’s Floating Harbour and St Nicholas’ Market. Curious? Scroll down and get ready to be inspired by the unique design of this Scandinavian apartment!
Situated in Bristol city center, the 28 Baldwin Street development is everything you could ever dream of. Today we are going to show you the apartments that are located on the second floor. Unfortunately, they are occupied but it doesn’t mean it can not serve as an inspiration for your home renovation in 2018! Curious? Let’s get inspired!
Combining an efficient use of space with a dazzling interior design, each apartment boasts a clean and modern aesthetic that provides a personalized atmosphere, when blended with a mid-century design.
In the living room, pastel colors fill up the room, like soft blue, peach, pearl gray, and pastel yellow. A wide range of mid-century modern elements also creates a feeling of warmth and coziness, in order to create a contrast with the typical Scandinavian white walls. For example, mid-century lampscan be found throughout the Scandinavian apartment.
The open living room includes a dining room and a kitchen that flow perfectly into one another without any visual obstacles. The kitchen area at first glance has a more industrial style decor, however, it perfectly fits with the rest of the interior design of the Scandinavian home.
Filled with pastel colored pillows, the bedrooms capture the serenity of Scandinavian decor. It is light and airy, simple, and clean, but with a modernity touch that delivers a sense of coziness at the same time. Here white predominates, with touches of pastels taking up secondary positions.
The Scandinavian bathroom features a subtle patterned tile gives the space a sense of harmony. Light neutrals, lots of white, and a focus on geometrical shapes define this bathroom with a clear Scandinavian influence. Our favorite detail is the grey slab door and stainless steel appliances.