Alexandra Ogonowski and Jesper Nyborg, the two founders of the AO/JN Interiors say they compensated rigorous interest to the aspects. “The end result is a house that feels tender and soulful, with areas that encourage human interaction”.
The kitchen island in white Quartzite has been built with two ranges, generating an fascinating silhouette in the site-developed place. Combining natural beauty and functionality, it serves as each a workspace and hub for social gatherings. The pale parquet flooring lead to the ethereal feeling of the house which is underpinned by a perception of understated class blended with a modern day contact.
The tranquil kitchen in this light-weight-loaded Stockholm home connects to an exquisite dining space by means of a generous doorway. Here, richer wooden tones are in maintaining with the warm and tactile characteristics of the kitchen area when at the similar time creating depth and contrast.
The Monolithic slabs of white quartzite draw the eye to the kitchen island, which offers a much more relaxed room for dining. Gio Ponti’s 699 Superleggera chair for Cassina, in purely natural ash, is the ideal choice for this remarkably practical yet refined kitchen.
The home’s original staircase which ascends in a swish arc echoes the curved edges of the cupboards in the kitchen.
Floor-to-ceiling cupboards offer concealed storage and sufficient area for designed-in appliances. A segment of light oak cupboards also runs the duration of the wall in which light floods in, maximizing the textural facts of the quartzite benchtop and parquet floor.