Born in the coldest areas, the Scandinavian style includes pieces of furniture made of pine, serious lines and tones inspired from fjords. This may be a very serious style, but it also a very warm one.
The decorations made in the Scandinavian style which we appreciate today are a legacy from the classic style imposed by King Gustave the 3rd of Sweden and from the comfortable and light style of the 30s.
However, this style became a tremendous success in the 50s. After the 50s, the 60s and the 70s, this Scandinavian design style returned to the world of interior design and decorating. This style was preferred by the Swedish, the Finnish and the Norwegians, as well as by the Danish and the Icelanders, a style which was very well-known for its simple and elegant shapes, which preserved a functional and attractive character.
Designing your ultimate kitchen should be a rewarding experience. After you have gathered ideas for your kitchen from a variety of sources, the fun begins when you start to actually incorporate all the different design ideas into a coherent picture of your perfect kitchen. This is the time to ask for assistance from a kitchen design specialist, who can work on the design process with you.
The place to start when you are designing your dream kitchen is with a dimensional diagram of your kitchen space. On a large piece of graph paper, draw the outline of the kitchen space, including any doors or windows that you will have work around while you design your kitchen. Accurately mark where your plumbing and electrical supplies are located. You can move plumbing and electrical supply points, but this involves more time and money, and it is always easier to accommodate existing service supplies into your design, if practical.