The designer Regan Baker created a personalized decoration for this house focused on the Scandinavian style.
Cedar boards and siding add a unique touch to the exterior of the house, giving it the Scandinavian influence desired by its owners.
However, the authentic Scandinavian influence is found inside the house, combining with decorative elements that have nothing to do with the Scandinavian style.
Scandinavian style to decorate.
The staircase at the entrance leads to a reading corner located above the kitchen , the owners of the house built the staircase on their own.
The background design is Daydream by Hygge and West, while the floor is by Cement Tile Shop.
In the living room, the natural wood tones combine with an explosion of color from the side table in green.
The prints add excitement to the design in the form of an Anthropologie chair in black and white, and a patterned carpet in triangles from Peace Industry, the wall sconce is from Artemide – Cuma.
In the kitchen, the owners needed more space and storage options. Different materials and colors were combined for kitchen furniture.
To transform the space, Baker selected Ceaesarstone countertops and white oak shelves, to match Sherwin Williams’ blue-green painted cabinets. The stools are from Cisco Brothers .
Textured details are an outstanding feature in the kitchen. Baker installed a splash guard from Heath Ceramics. The diamond tile on the stove is also from Heath Ceramics .
A striking mural by Caroline Lizarraga serves as the central focus in the dining room. The legs of the dining table end in wheels so that the couple can also use the table outside on their platform.
The owners of the house also wanted a variety of chairs, instead of joining them, contributing to the eclecticism of the space. The pendant lamp is for restoration.
Details of the Scandinavian style house.
To give the house a rustic feel, Baker purchased reclaimed wooden beams from a company in Sausalito, California. The pouf is from Peace Industry.