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"The small terrace of Norwegian blogger Nina Holst is a soft blur of dove gray, designed for instant relaxation and light entertaining. Much of the furniture and accessories are sourced from the familiar Ikea, but it's Nina's Scandinavian intuition that gives the composition its unique quality."

"The small terrace of Norwegian blogger Nina Holst is a soft blur of dove gray, designed for instant relaxation and light entertaining. Much of the furniture and accessories are sourced from the familiar Ikea, but it's Nina's Scandinavian intuition that gives the composition its unique quality."

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Eight of the best new products and collections from Maison&Objet 2017
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If you make a habit of following design blogs, then you're probably quite familiar with the look that a lot of Scandinavian interiors have: white walls, light floors, minimal furnishings, neutral tones. But lately, the Scandinavians, ever the design innovators, have been shaking things up a little, with new textures, new shapes, and even a little bit of color. This is the New Scandinavian look, with all the design cred of the old, plus a little something extra.

If you make a habit of following design blogs, then you're probably quite familiar with the look that a lot of Scandinavian interiors have: white walls, light floors, minimal furnishings, neutral tones. But lately, the Scandinavians, ever the design innovators, have been shaking things up a little, with new textures, new shapes, and even a little bit of color. This is the New Scandinavian look, with all the design cred of the old, plus a little something extra.

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Wishbone chair by Hans J wegner from Carl Hansen and Kubus 8 canle holder by Mogens Lassen from By Lassen | Living room_Stylizimo

Wishbone chair by Hans J wegner from Carl Hansen and Kubus 8 canle holder by Mogens Lassen from By Lassen | Living room_Stylizimo

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