Hoang Long is a designer who lives in Vietnam and has tried to furnish a small apartment with the essential elements of the Scandinavian style: a palette of light colors, a predominance of white, the presence of wood and a well-balanced mix of ancient and contemporary elements. An informal environment, with pieces of recovery and minimalism that transmits serenity and brightness in every space.
It is actually a 3D render with a high level of photorealism, which makes the idea perfectly. For non-experts, it is common practice for those dealing with interior design to present their work using the graphic process called rendering.
The light is one of the main keys of the Scandinavian Style and this house, in particular. The entrance of natural light has been optimized by eliminating the curtains and making the living room unique.
White is the predominant color of the style, although a light beige on the walls is used here, which highlights the white furnishings.
The warm element that warms the rooms is wood, present in the herringbone slats of the floor and in some pieces of vintage furniture. The warm and soft carpets break the monotony of the floor, creating the perfect texture contrast.
The decor is discreet and simple, with a linear design in a style very similar to the Nordic-Scandinavian one.
Wood combined with other materials, together with light colors, creates the ideal balanced style. Other natural materials such as wicker, leather, bamboo, even plants placed in strategic places in the apartment, bring the touch of color and warmth to the entire space.