Scandinavian design is now use throughout the world because of its simplicity and beauty. This type of design is rooted in minimalism. Its basic principles are simplicity and light. The design focuses on organic materials and functionality. Clean lines, geometric designs, open and airy thing, those are what Scandinavian design can give you.
Here are some tips on how you can turn your home interiors into a Scandinavian Interior design style . Use white and other light colors from the floor to ceiling. You can choose darker woods for the ceiling as well. Choose darker neutral colors for the furniture and textiles to contrast the surroundings. This kind of design cherishes organic materials. Use natural wood for your flooring on your walls as well as your accessories. Wallpaper appears and feels artificial. Scandinavian interiors look sterile and bland. Use brightly colored objects for cushions and wall art. It is better if you let in as much natural light as possible. Keep window décor to a minimum and use simple modern curtains.
Small Living Room
This English Victorian interior with little boxes housing the collection of little boxes will definitely decrease clutter.
Contemporary Bedroom And Outdoor Living Views
There is a connection of the outside and the inside in this house. A balcony or a terrace would be great for outdoors.
White and grey Minimalist Bedroom
A fireplace in the corner would be great during winter. Unlike British fireplaces, Scandinavian fireplaces are not really the focal point of the room and are put in the corner instead.
Scandinavian Interior Swan with Chair
Furniture should not overwhelm the entire design of your house. Keep it to minimal and be creative as well. Make your furniture stand out just like the Scandinavian interior that you have opt to use.
Living Room with S-shaped Shelving
Having a small library would not hurt and in fact, it will bring more class in your house. Instead of a usual book shelf, why not try to be more creative and have something like this?
Plants in Living Room
If you would like to have plants in your house, you can do it. Make it look like this. The plants will beautify your home even more.
Scandinavian Interiors with Blue And Grey Textures
White walls and blue and grey textiles would look better together. This would totally give off Scandinavian aura.
Playful Pale Living Room
A plush sectional and unique home accessories and an oversized clock would set the tone in an all white living room. The tables were made from old tree stump. They bring more warm wood in to the room.
Swedish Narrow Living Room
A small tent can be a resting place in the room would be something innovative and unique. A book shelf with height would be useful to save floor space. Maintain the design of your room to a minimal so that the furniture and the colors will not overwhelm the Scandinavian interior.
10. Organic materials
Warm wood is exactly one of the things that a Scandinavian interior design aims to have. Organic materials are one of the most important factors that this interior design must have.