Scan Magazine, Issue 135, April-May 2020

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Scan Magazine  |  Design  |  Get the Scandi Look

Get the Scandi Look This month, we are obsessed with the minimal kitchen of München-based designer and interior blogger Sarah Van Peteghem of the blog Coco Lapine. Her simple, white kitchen with wooden and brass details is simply stunning. We’ll help you to re-create the look in your own home. By Ingrid Opstad  |  Press photos

As much as we love the wood details, the subtle marble texture also ties this space together nicely and adds a bit of character. The minimalist marble tray with raised edges from HAY is available in two sizes – square and rectangular. Not only is it practical, as you can place a few items on it to keep your kitchen worktop tidy, but it is at the same time very decorative. HAY, marble tray L, 54 x 25 cm, £259 HAY, marble tray S, 22 x 22 cm, £129

The wood details in the form of cutting boards and trays in Sarah’s kitchen create a natural, Scandinavian feel. Find a few cutting boards to display on a shelf or the kitchen counter to get the same look, and if you need a new addition, we recommend the Sild tray from Skagerak, which functions as a cutting board and serving board at the same time. The composition of small wooden sticks in teak forms an elegant herringbone pattern, emphasised by the many nuances and grains in the wood. The word ‘sild’ actually means herring in Danish, which explains the name. Skagerak, ‘Sild’ tray, £135

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