Scandinavians do minimal best and this house is shining example. Known as the Northern Light this home was my personal favorite from the annual Finnish design event called Housing Fair Finland. The perfection starts with the base essentials in the architecture, big open spaces with light flooding every corner. Then, the designer plays with textures and patterns rather than color. A feat that takes much more skill to pull of but as you can see, when it's done right you have spaces that are soothing but still incredibly unique and interesting.
The designer sees every surface and object as an opportunity to use a different material, look and texture. He also doesn't over accessorize any of the spaces leaving the house a calm a soothing place to come home to. Oh and don't even get me started on the black wood ceilings!