Of course, we have heard the term "Scandinavian style" a lot in the interior field, but what exactly does it mean? Definitively derived from Nordic origins, the Scandinavian design exhibits a light and subdued interior colour palette.
Apparently, this design is distinguished by clean lines and a modest accent of an attractive and polished appearance. The entire effect is modern but simple and utilitarian, comparable to my previous post's Minimalist look.
A perfect Scandinavian design focuses on minimal, clean lines, and a basic style that makes you feel peaceful and relaxed as it does aims to be as clutter-free, organized, and as simple as possible. It is also about making the most of natural light by producing open, brisk, and casual environments. In Scandinavian design, the décor is reduced to a minimum, as this also implies that bare walls and empty areas are acceptable.
Hence, if you search online for Scandinavian style ideas, you will discover that carpet is nearly non-existent as it is not necessary. In addition to that, the flooring is typically focused on wood and rawness of its nature, which is typically left in its original colour or even painted white.
Furthermore, the fundamental aspect of Scandinavian style is the use of clean, sleek, and contemporary furnishings inspired by nature. For your consideration, here are some thoughtful combinations of simple components that comprise Scandinavian style.
Contrary to popular belief, Scandinavian design does not have to be monotonous or plain and even boring. If you wish to live up your Scandinavian environment, complement your furnitures with basic and clean-lined artworks, such as these:
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