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Scandinavian Feng Shui by Nordiska Kök


In an exclusive apartment in central Stockholm, interior designer Alexandra Ogonowski and Nordiska Kök have created a kitchen where modern Scandinavia meets traditional Asia in a harmonious balance of colours, shapes and materials.

The kitchen island in warm, stained oak and Jura limestone plays an important role in this beautiful home. Inspired by Japanese teppanyaki grills, where the chef entertains guests with his craft, the island is placed at the heart of the kitchen and is truly the social hub. Composed of two levels, accommodating comfortable dining chairs, the functional design combines both a bar and kitchen table in one.

Warm Japanese elements are paired with elegant Scandinavian cupboards painted in a calming grey tone. Conforming to the Feng Shui principle of living in harmony with your surroundings, all materials and colours have been carefully chosen, creating a perfectly balanced dance between the warm wood, elegant grey paint and shiny chrome details. Taking full advantage of the large room and to balance the space, the cupboards are custom-made with extra depth, offering plenty of storage. Together with generous-sized working spaces, the kitchen effortlessly follows the Feng Shui principle of being clean and tidy. 

Balancing the flow of energy, the kitchen is ideally positioned to look out over the living room and dining area. The entire space is meticulously planned and all choices have been carefully considered. For example, the fishbone parquet has the same tone as the kitchen cabinets to soften the line between the different room functions. A truly timeless kitchen, created for the modern family, I can imagine many delicious meals being cooked and enjoyed here!

Styling by Alexandra Ogonowski / Photography by Erik Lefvander

For more kitchen inspiration from Nordiska Kök, take a look at another one of their recent projects,  The Architect's Townhouse in Copenhagen.  

Images courtesy of Nordiska Kök 

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