Scandinavian simplicity with a touch of glamour

Scandinavian simplicity with a touch of glamour


Private Houses

Scandinavian simplicity with a touch of glamour

Planika as Architects

With the majority of the year being severe and harsh for Scandinavia, numerous houses and apartments feature fireplaces. Some fireplaces are traditional, many are modern. Presented below is Planika's interpretation of a Swedish interior with our contemporary Fire Line Automatic model E fireplace. Vibrant colors from the floor, the black hues from the contemporary fireplace combined with spacious windows create a roomy and bright interior. Contrasted with natural wood and leather accents create a peaceful and relaxing mood providing a cozy feel to the room.

This spacious, fully renovated, luxurious living room enjoys a subtle mix of traditional and modern designs. With the sloped ceiling and skylights boasts plenty of light and space. The distinctive bio ethanol fireplace - Fire Line Automatic model E is undeniably a wonderful solution for this interior. Guests will certainly notice the exceptional, elegant and modern decoration and the atmosphere created by the Fire Line Automatic-model E. This modern, technologically advanced and highly safe product exceeds its rivals in terms of the implemented technical innovations but also in terms of safety. Fire Line Automatic-model E is highly functional product equipped with a LED display and a control panel with a 4-stage flame size regulation. It has numerous safety sensors, which monitor a temperature, movement of the device and a fuel level. Due to built-in ventilators no additional ventilation is required.

Fire Line design has so much to offer, it is sure to inspire anyone who is need of some innovative decorating ideas that can be incorporated into any home design. All the above create a clean and very tasteful Scandinavian interior with a touch of blazing fire.

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