Like the light, airy feel of this room. We like the roof windows. Can imagine long windows like this looking out over westerly view at front of property. This room has the perfect amount of wood. It has nice features but not too heavy. We like the open space without it being monstrous.
"10 Inspiring Ways to Work Scandi Style" 'Go big on natural materials Wood, stone, slate and animal hides are staples of the Scandi look, and it pays to use them with confidence. Here, a barn conversion has a statement wall of logs, ready for the fire, and a dramatic floor laid with oversized stone slabs.'
This pint-sized kitchen goes to show you needn’t be nervous about mixing up your materials in a small space. Keep to a neutral colour palette and go to town with reclaimed wood, ceramic metro tiles, copper – anything goes. The use of cladding will also give your kitchen a cosy cabin feel, as supposed to just being plain old small. A handsome dish, indeed. #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.uk/small-kitchen-ideas-interiors-tiles#slide-1
Create a cosy interior this winter, the Hygge way. Using natural textures such as wood can bring a homely feel to your home. Add layer by layer of textures such as soft knits and sheepskins to complete the look.
Built in 1869 by the East London Railway Company, which reused the Thames Tunnel intended for horse-drawn carriages, the line became part of the London Underground network in 1933. Description from snipview.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images