In which I try to do Scandinavian Maximalism and brilliant white interiors with objects only found in an inventory from Target Stores, 2012. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED. Scandinavian decor (being rooms from Norway, Sweden, and Denmark and sometimes also of Iceland, Finland, and the Faroe Islands) is largely admired for its unpretentious, understated, simple, edited, and elegant interiors.
One Third Shabby, One Third Cozy, One Third French Provincial. (Here.)
One Third Conservative, One Third Rustic, One Third Glamorous. (Here.)
One Third Modern, One Third Eccentric, One Third Crisp. (Here.)
One Third Bright, One Third Clean, One Third Fanciful. (Here.)
One Third 19th Century, One Third Cottage House, One Third Curiosity Cabinet. (Here.)
One Third Young, One Third Playful, One Third Bold. (Here.)
One Third Clean, One Third Calm, One Third Collected. (Here.)
1/6 Open, 1/6 Bright, 1/6 Elegant, 1/6 Stately, 1/6 Dignified, 1/6 Achromatic. (Here.)
These rooms are designed to maximize the possibilities of the sun – letting in air and light. The spaces are uncluttered paradises wherein vintage finds befriend modern shapes and local designers. Natural wood, in light pines, soft maples, and clean balsa, are to be admired in their natural state. Above all, the rooms exude a sense of natural calm.