A Small Mountain Duplex With Nordic Touches In White & Wood

Don’t be afraid to put it in your home this holiday season.  It is Christmas, festive and joyful. And not only in the form of ornaments, but you can also use decorative elements to get that little Christmas dot. 

They worked in very dark woods, but now pickled wood is used, with pine, oak… Covered some walls to hide cables and add more wood to give unity and a cabin feel. Because in addition, we are in the ‘new mountain’: goodbye to darkness, welcome clarity, with a softer and more Nordic style, ideal to snuggle up and forget the Christmas bustle of the rest of the world.

The living room-kitchen is very secluded and lends itself to the sofa and blanket in front of the fireplace. The sofa is large, comfortable, and was designed in an L, tailored to take advantage of and delimit the space. And the tones are very soft as if they wanted to lull us.

Here we mark the space with rugs, although always with comfortable and easy-to-clean materials, designed for weekend or vacation getaways. Although perhaps the best corner in the dining room. The views of the valley are spectacular! The elm table is one of the jewels of the house, it has an iron base and three varnished legs so that they do not look dirty, climbing it had its difficulty! It measures 1.80 m. and weighs almost 250 kilos. The chairs match the kitchen stools.

The light wood is the protagonist of the whole house. Also on the stairs, which have been decorated for Christmas with orange garlands to give more warmth to the space. Shall we go up to the bedroom? The whole house is attic. In the bedroom, we turned the bed so that you would have the landscape at your feet with the panorama that it has. n addition to a bed with thousands of textures, a point of color was added through the quadrants of the bed, in a mustard color that contrasts with the blue of the rest of the bedding.

Take a tour around the welcoming and warm duplex:










Tags: decorations, duplex, home decor, interior design, mountain duplex, Nordic ambient, Nordic style, Nordic touch, small duplex, small mountain duplex

Author: Renata Kralevska

Renata Kralevska

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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