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The Oslo Palette

A Norwegian family turns its back on all-white-everything.
The Kitchen The room is anchored by a traditional Scandinavian white-tiled stove known as a kakkelovn. The photograph, Marcia (1980), is by Jan Walaker.

OUR PREVIOUS HOME was more typical Scandinavian: white walls, white wooden floors, white ceilings,” gallerist and restaurateur Einar Jone Rønning says. Very different from his family’s new apartment in the upscale Oscars Gate neighborhood of Oslo. Rønning has, in fact, owned this apartment since the early ’90s, but he was renting it out until it became necessary

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