Swiss house with a Nordic touch

, , , , By Catherine Lazure | Nordic Design

This cozy house of Industrial designers Anette and Fredrik is located in Tønsbergs, Norway. In 1921, the house was converted into a Swiss style, and is now regarded as a Swiss house by the locals.

The house is filled with a load of essential scandinavian designs. The painted wooden walls are giving the place a great atmosphere. It is nicely balanced, with the use of shades of gray, white, black and little bit of color accents. We love how the contemporary interior contrasts with the traditional exterior of the house.

Photos: Inger Marie Grini for via Design Attractor


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