Home Tour | Kaemingk Design's Modern Nordic Inspired Home

 

This nordic inspired home is rich in European influence with a modern twist. Simple ornamentation, cool blue hues, clean lines, and natural materials make this home a cozy, yet dreamy destination. Let’s take a tour!

Design by Kaemingk Design | Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck

Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck

Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck

The kitchen is the heart of the home, and this unique kitchen + dining combo definitely keeps this house alive. The designers made the most of the space they were given and created a multi-functional hub for cooking and eating all in one! Wall-to-wall counters on the right provide ample prep space, while floor-to-ceiling cabinetry on the left allows for pantry storage. The light sea-foam paint color perfectly compliments a blue-grey slate tile floor and natural wood dining table. Your eyes are also immediately drawn to the outdoors through a wide wood-framed, sliding glass door.

Large, industrial island pendants are featured above a table for ten. (Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

Large, industrial island pendants are featured above a table for ten. (Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

Natural light floods the space from square windows above the farmhouse sink. (Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

Natural light floods the space from square windows above the farmhouse sink. (Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

A corner of the kitchen is simply styled using weathered pottery and a rectangular cutting board. (Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

A corner of the kitchen is simply styled using weathered pottery and a rectangular cutting board. (Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

The large farmhouse sink with nickel faucet fixture is placed below the windows, providing a stunning view of the outdoors. (Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

The large farmhouse sink with nickel faucet fixture is placed below the windows, providing a stunning view of the outdoors. (Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

(Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

(Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

(Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

(Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

Moving into the living area, a muted color palette evokes a feeling of subtle sophistication. Clean lines, billowing white curtains, and minimal styling create the perfect place to relax or entertain. Here the designer took the opportunity to mix-and-match furniture pieces, adding a unique character to this living room. Black and white abstract prints line the walls creating rich texture and visual interest.

Vertical elements like this black shaded lamp and tall, skinny windows draw the eyes upward, exaggerating the illusion of a larger space. (Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

Vertical elements like this black shaded lamp and tall, skinny windows draw the eyes upward, exaggerating the illusion of a larger space. (Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

Layering white furniture pieces and accessories adds dimension and texture in a more subtle fashion. (Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

Layering white furniture pieces and accessories adds dimension and texture in a more subtle fashion. (Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

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Vertical, fence-like railing frames a bleached wood staircase. (Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

Vertical, fence-like railing frames a bleached wood staircase. (Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

Looking into the bedroom, a timeless print rests above an old schoolhouse chair. (Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

Looking into the bedroom, a timeless print rests above an old schoolhouse chair. (Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

(Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

(Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

Elements from the kitchen and dining area are carried seamlessly into this bathroom, like the all white walls, tile flooring, and nickel faucet finishes. A single wooden board serves as a simple window ledge, which is also present in other parts of the home. Using subtle details throughout an entire project give everything a cohesive and finished look.

(Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

(Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

An all white spacious shower with a cream hexagon tile floor is a breezy getaway all on its own. Two old school rain heads add charm to the simple space, which features a single wide trimmed window for added sunlight.

(Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

(Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

(Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

(Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

Concrete sink basin over a wood slab counter, light wood door with clean black hardware, old school sink faucets, candle sconces featured here in the home as well, this lighting choice brings a pre-electricity, old school vibe to the home which takes you back to the simpler times. (Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

Concrete sink basin over a wood slab counter, light wood door with clean black hardware, old school sink faucets, candle sconces featured here in the home as well, this lighting choice brings a pre-electricity, old school vibe to the home which takes you back to the simpler times. (Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

(Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

(Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

(Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

(Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

Functionality is at the forefront of this home’s style, so no space was wasted here. The attic makes for a cozy bedroom with plenty of natural sunlight and built-in storage. Hues of blue and white warm up this typically cold, forgotten part of the home. An oversized upholstered headboard grounds the bed and frames a simple wood nightstand, which is styled with a brass pot, white matte photo frame and sleek adjustable reading lamp.

A simple, yet charming exterior with a below-grade garage and horizontal fencing around the deck. (Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

A simple, yet charming exterior with a below-grade garage and horizontal fencing around the deck. (Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

Thin candle sconces, antique ceramic vase, & vertical fence-like railing create a chic, yet rustic entry area. (Photography by  Alyssa Rosenheck )

Thin candle sconces, antique ceramic vase, & vertical fence-like railing create a chic, yet rustic entry area. (Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck)

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