That was the word that came to mind upon seeing the photos of Bianca King's home, which has so many relaxing elements.
She bought the four-floor, two-bedroom house when she was 22 years old, and described it as "Shabby Chic," a design discipline characterized by furniture pieces showing signs of wear and tear and new items that were distressed to make them look antique.
Nine years later, her place had been renovated.
She is presently in love with Scandinavia style interior, which is said to be the "modern face of design," according to Minimalist.com.
Characterized by simplicity and clarity, it uses “functional shapes, light-colored wood, simplistic decor, effective spatial planning, warm colors and nuances.”
Here's a peek into her bedroom.
She wrote on Instagram, "I adore this bed. Had it copied by a local furniture maker."
Her work area
“Tropical” pillow cases
Bianca's home also has pockets of "calming design."
You can stay in it the whole day and forget about stress.
With her knack for interior design, she was able to intertwine chic, clean, and creative.