Get the look in your home, see below…
Fjall / Falls Creek, Australia (above three images)
Fjall, was a collaborative design effort between Hecker Guthrie and Salter Architects. It was a complete refurbishment of a 1960’s chalet into a Scandinavian inspired apartments complete with ski in/out access.
In this design we continue to see the heavy use of natural wood finishes, stone and monochromatic colour palette which all contribute to a light airy feel. In the above; the monochromatic scheme has a cool brown base with varying shades of white and touches of black. This scheme captures a crisp winter ski day perfectly.
Get the look ….
Higher end Option:
I found this great store that specializes in Scandinavian design called Mjolk located The Junction neighborhood of Toronto, at 2959 Dundas Street West. You can also check out their website www.mjolk.ca (shown below: Tuisku bowl, Naoto Fukasaua lounge chair, Sting ray rocker, Paper master magazine holder)
Yes you guessed it…. IKEA. Check out there collection online at www.ikea.com (faux sheep skin rug, Pello arm chair, Besta entertainment unit, Karljohan side table and Karlstad love seat chaise in lindo beige)
Keep the palette neutral (either yellow beige or taupe grey base) layered with different shades of the same colour, paint walls white and include small hits of black in a few areas of the room as an accent. These accents can be on the legs of furniture, picture frames and other accessories in the space. Lighting should have an organic form and be very neutral, whites, linen, blond bent wood veneer. Try the nut pendant by LZF shown below.
(Finish designed prefab home featured above via: Plus Architects)