Even though the popularity of Scandinavian design started in the early 20th century it has still been in vogue. Its main characteristics are simplicity, minimalism, and functionality. White walls always create a welcoming basis to free the architect's or residents' imagination and fill the interiors with colorful, patterned decorative elements. The main furniture such as sofas, wardrobes, kitchen cabinets, or a small chest of drawers is mainly made of natural wood with white additions. Natural elements are very popular and so the green plants are seen in each 3D visualization presenting this project. Another popular technique used in Scandinavian design is to add contrastive elements in the forms such as artworks, pictures, bedspreads, lamps, carpets, or curtains.