The simple building has been intelligently impressive in its practical approach used for designing. As seen in most of the Scandinavian interiors the inside of this particular house comes with the same combination of black and white nuances.
Each bedroom functions also as a living space giving a sense of much larger space. The first floor is dominated by the master bedroom. Here functions overlap with each other comfortably. There is a visual interaction between the bed bathtub shower sink and writing table.
The guest bedroom and kitchen are separated by the stack wooden crates. In the middle of this accumulation he placed bright orange cabinets of the 50s and on top the glass collections of the 50s and the 70s. For free movement around he avoided excess materials but at the same time he did preserve the memories nursed by this building.
Open-cell foam insulation concrete floors natural ventilation and recycled materials are other features of this residence. But no matter how much we write about this Stinson residence words won’t suffice to explain its real beauty. We’ll let the pictures talk.
The Scandinavian Interior in B&W is a warm place spruced up with natural elements to provide a welcoming atmosphere. The interior of the home is decorated with plants animal prints on cushions fur on the armchairs and carpets of animal skins. All the rooms in the Scandinavian house have been cleanly arranged producing a stylish appearance.