In South London, green accents tie this eclectic Scandinavian home together. Plants cascading off the fireplace mantel and the mixed styles, seating, and lighting create a bohemian feel, but the sleek neutral palette, grounded in beautiful architecture, vintage rugs, and pale flooring, create the modern landscape for these elements to easily coexist. The entryway above is defined by the graphic tiles, which separate two living spaces with the home’s beautiful chevron flooring. A plethora of plants and a large antique mirror with a bleached finish create a focal point in the center, with a gallery wall on the opposite wall.
The kitchen is especially stunning with its waterfall countertop in Carrera marble and vintage chandelier. The bright green of the stools is balanced by a range of blues, greens, and yellows in the row of small paintings above the stove.
A Tom Dixon pendant light is casually hung off-center, close to the low platform bed. A vintage stool serves as a bedside table, while a large antique floor mirror stands to the side. All of the mirrors in the home, like the one below, have ornate frames that reflect the beautiful crown molding in each room.
I’m loving the way different styles were blended together in this creative home. Although it really only works with stunning architecture and pale flooring, I love this fresh Scandi look for spring!