Bright, open-plan interior in Scandinavian style

Bright, open-plan interior in Scandinavian style

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Photographer: © living4media / Chiaratti, Ilaria Portrait
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Print size: approx. 29.53 × 19.69 inch at 300 dpi
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Living room in earthy shades in Scandinavian style Bright, open-plan interior in Scandinavian style Fiddle leaf fig next to gallery of pictures on picture ledges Velvet cushions in shades of blue on 50s couch L-shaped kitchen with kitchen counter used as partition Cantilever chair and old desk against pink wall Swiss cheese plan on retro display cabinet against dusky-pink wall Retro couch next to fiddle leaf fig and gallery of pictures on picture ledges Various decorative wall plates in kitchen Bowls in earthy shades next to carafe of water, cucumber and mint

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