A Beautifully Renovated New York City Apartment with Scandinavian Influence and Personality

, , , , , , , By Catherine Lazure-Guinard

 

Decidedly, “Nordic-inspired homes around the world” is a recurring theme this week – First Scotland, then Australia, and now the United States! Isn’t it fun to see how this style is interpreted outside of Scandinavia?

Today I invite you to step inside a West Village apartment that I find particularly inspiring. A couple (an American and a Norwegian) hired Sheep + Stone Interiors to help them renovate their apartment and turn it into a comfortable and serene space for their growing family.

The result is a beautiful, Scandi(ish) interior, with a strong neutral base with contrasting elements, a mix of textures, interesting materials, careful details, and playful touches. I spot many fab designs by Danish brands like Fritz Hansen, Hay, Gubi, Menu, Carl Hansen & Søn, Muuto, etc. These iconic pieces blend seamlessly together and with the rest of the décor, without looking too precious. The interior is stylish, but also livable, warm and cozy.

Enjoy the tour!

 

 

 

Photos: Brooke Holme


1 Comment

  1. Miruska
    12 Oct 2018 / 10:37 am

    Amazing! They really nailed it.

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