Old World Meets Modern Scandinavian Design

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Old World Meets Modern :: Featured on House of Valentina Every one of us has our personal blend of styles and this home is a breathtaking take on "Old World Meets New Scandi Style", which can be pretty tricky to pronounce, let alone create in your own home.  And yet Liza Laserow, of Laserow Design, makes it look so easy.  By keeping the walls white, the floors dark, and the arrangements simple, Liza took on this petite Chelsea apartment, piece by piece.  Each room features well thought out vignettes that cleverly divide the open space into smaller  bites with oversized rugs and compelling artwork, both of which borrow from either an indulgent Old World style or a simple and modern Scandinavian design.  Of course, a few key French pieces. including the Le Corbusier chair, add a new level of luxury that will make your mouth water.  A great many people would willingly go hungry for Le Corbusier...

Some key things to remember if you love this style, no matter your budget:

  1. Keep it Simple.
  2. Bring in a blend of styles in your artwork.
  3. Balance Bohemian rugs with modern furniture.

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Many of the pieces featured in this home are available through Liza's antique shop, which is located in NYC.

Photography: Emily Andrews

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Get the "Old World Meets New Scandi Style" Today With These Gorgeous Pieces:

 Choose a Vintage Oil Portrait that speaks to you.  (These start at $95!)

Add a bold Black and White Stripe to your home, whether through an ottoman or a great chair!

Keep things from getting too busy by balancing your design with A Simple & Modern Task Light

Use White Linen Curtains to keep the light in your rooms bright while keeping the focus on the furnishings.

Invest in a beautiful and versatile Black Dresser that can be used in any room of the house!