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My Scandinavian Home: Search Results For Iceland

This My Scandinavian Home: Search Results For Iceland image has 20 dominated colors, which include smoked purple, basalt grey, woodgrain, cerebral grey, black, wisp, rebecca purple, white, beasty brown, tatzelwurm green, safety orange, winter sunset, red blood, sunglow, duck tail, heartfelt, vitamin c, lizard belly, yellow, ou crimson red. You can find more image with different color combinations in Scandinavian Kitchen Peninsula topic.

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Color Palette

Color Information Shades
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Smoked Purple
  • Hex: #424153
  • RGB: rgba(66,65,83,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Basalt Grey
  • Hex: #999999
  • RGB: rgba(153,153,153,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Woodgrain
  • Hex: #996633
  • RGB: rgba(153,102,51,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Cerebral Grey
  • Hex: #cccccc
  • RGB: rgba(204,204,204,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Black
  • Hex: #000000
  • RGB: rgba(0,0,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Wisp
  • Hex: #abbcda
  • RGB: rgba(171,188,218,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Rebecca Purple
  • Hex: #663399
  • RGB: rgba(102,51,153,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: White
  • Hex: #ffffff
  • RGB: rgba(255,255,255,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Beasty Brown
  • Hex: #663300
  • RGB: rgba(102,51,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Tatzelwurm Green
  • Hex: #336600
  • RGB: rgba(51,102,0,1)
Color Information Shades
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Safety Orange
  • Hex: #ff6600
  • RGB: rgba(255,102,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Winter Sunset
  • Hex: #cc6633
  • RGB: rgba(204,102,51,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Red Blood
  • Hex: #660000
  • RGB: rgba(102,0,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Sunglow
  • Hex: #ffcc33
  • RGB: rgba(255,204,51,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Duck Tail
  • Hex: #e7d8b1
  • RGB: rgba(231,216,177,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Heartfelt
  • Hex: #fdadc7
  • RGB: rgba(253,173,199,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Vitamin C
  • Hex: #ff9900
  • RGB: rgba(255,153,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Lizard Belly
  • Hex: #cccc33
  • RGB: rgba(204,204,51,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Yellow
  • Hex: #ffff00
  • RGB: rgba(255,255,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: OU Crimson Red
  • Hex: #990000
  • RGB: rgba(153,0,0,1)

About the Photo

Scandinavian design is a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality that emerged in the early 20th century, and subsequently flourished in the 1950s throughout the five Nordic countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland.. Scandinavian designers are known especially for household goods including furniture, textiles, ceramics, lamps, and glass, but .

Scandinavian Interiors and Danish Modern. Muted colors, an emphasis on over-sized design components, and bowed wood are the defining essence of Scandinavian furniture design. This aesthetic movement emerged in the 1950s from the five Nordic countries of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, and Finland.

Scandinavian Design. What is Scandinavian design? An interior aesthetic characterised by: a proximity to nature, both in organic forms and materials; uncluttered, functional objects and spaces; warmth and a sense of community and family. It is a design ethos originating largely in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland. It combines .

Scandinavian Gifts Baked Goods & Grocery from Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Russia

When you explore our store, you can shop by country to find the right Scandinavian products for you and your home. We offer Scandinavian gifts from five Nordic countries. Those countries are: Finland, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, and Sweden.

My interest was sparked when ‘ New Nordic Gardens – Scandinavian Landscape Design’ by Annika Zetterman, crossed my desk this week. At the outset I should explain that the term ‘Scandinavian’ is generally used when referring to Denmark, Norway and Sweden only, while the term ‘Nordic’ also applies to Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

Scandinavian design is a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality that emerged in the early 20th century, and subsequently flourished in the 1950s throughout the five Nordic countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland.. Scandinavian designers are known especially for household goods including furniture, textiles, ceramics, lamps, and glass, but .

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