My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.Scandinavian Living Room
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Write an attractive listing Compose an informative but, importantly, honest description of your home, as you don’t want guests to feel disappointed or cheated when they arrive. Check out similar listings in the nearby area and set your price accordingly. It’s a good idea to offer a competitive price at the outset; as you start to get more bookings, you can consider increasing the price.Also decide on your house rules and then make sure guests stick to them. If you’d prefer people to smoke outside, then state it clearly; if you’d like guests to remove outdoor shoes inside your home, then make sure you include this in your guidelines.
You crave a white-outAny colour, as long as it’s white, right? We’re talking walls, floors and ceilings in crisp, pure, brilliant white. Think snowfall on a Nordic meadow or mountainside. If this is your dream colour scheme, you practically qualify for a Swedish passport already.
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modernizing a cabin: It's all about the light. Jeanette Lunde's bright and cheerful home in Norway is a wonderful example of Scandinavian style. Pale washes of color on walls and floors, sheer curtains, mirrors and glass accents all help to maximize and reflect light.