I have to admit that I'm going through a calm and neutral design phase. I just couldn't leave this house out of My Paradissi, though, and the reason is simple: I rarely if ever see places with an extreme use of patterns and colors that look so fresh and welcoming. It is oh so very easy to get wrong with multiple patterns and create a suffocated result that will get you a headache in the long run. Well, apparently not the case with this swedish apartment. There are wallpapers, carpets, upholstered furniture, artworks, even vintage concrete patterned tiles all bind up together in a harmonious outcome that adds visual interest and a fancy note to the interiors.
Not your average scandinavian decor, right? Looks so inviting and happy nevertheless. Would you opt for pattern and a bold color palette in your house?
I just adore these kitchen floor tiles! Maybe because they seem to be the most discreetly hued pattern to be found in this place. Makes a great contrast to the green shades too.
See more patterned tiles inspiration: the floors in this eclectic house, recessed patterned shelves in the kitchen, amazing tiles in the bathroom, the floors in this design guest house in Skyros, the tiled wall in this bathroom, this floor detail, the floors in this loft.
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