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What Is Scandinavian Home And 43 Ideas
Scandinavian style is one of the most popular styles for home decor, it’s known for its simplicity, utility, and beauty, for its relaxed looks and clean lines, lots of natural light and understated elegance. How to make your home Scandinavian? Let’s look closely at its characteristic features that you may implement into your home decor.
a beautiful Nordic bathroom with an oval tub and a bowl sink, a wooden vanity and an armoire for storage
a casual Nordic bedroom in off-whites, with a wooden bench, a comfy bed and a pendant lamp for a modern look
a catchy Scandinavian dining space with a round table, white chairs, a black and white gallery wall and potted plants
a clean Nordic bedroom with a white bed, artworks, a ladder, lamps and a stool - blakc for drama
a cozy Nordic balcony with potted plants, printed textiles and a grill - all you need in one
a dreamy Nordic dining space with a built-in bench and muted pillows, a wooden table, muted color chairs and a cluster of pendant lamps
a dreamy Scandi nursery with pale blue walls and an accent one, white furniture, pendant lamps and a mobile plus toys
a faux sheepskin, faux fur and leather are ideal to make Scandinavian spaces catchier and cozier
White is considered the main Scandinavian color, and that’s not surprising, since natural light can be rare in Nordic homes, but recently, color has started to be used as an accent, though still in earthy tones—dark blues, greens, grays, and browns. The nature-inspired shades can aid in creating a cocoon-like space, so take a look at beige, off-whites, pale green and blues that won’t contrast your Scandi interior much but will make it deeper and more interesting.
a light and air-filled kitchen in light grey and white plus natural wood chairs and black touches for a bit of drama
a minimalist grey Nordic kitchen with black pendant lamps, a grey stone countertop and a table with hairpin legs
a monochromatic Scandi bedroom with a bed with grey and white bedding, some lamps, lights and a gallery wall
a Nordic dining room with a whitewashed table, matching chairs, matching pendant lamps and a sleek console table
a Nordic dining room with a wooden dining table, chairs, benches, neutral shades and a grey vase with blooming branches
a Nordic dining space with a white round table, a bench, mismathing chairs, a woven pendant lamp
Incorporate wood cladding on walls and even ceilings to add texture and warmth, go for stained wooden furniture. Use grey oil to take the yellow away from woods like pine or oak. Scandinavian design creates warmth through textiles such as sheepskin, wool, and mohair that are a necessity in cold climates, and keep the aesthetic paired down, but add some visual interest.
a Nordic living room with a pale green accent wall, a creamy loveseat, a gallery wall, a sconce, a round table and neutral rugs
a pure white Scandinavian nursery with a dresser, a wardrobe, a crib, some stools and a pendant lamp plus pretty and cute decor
a refreshing Scandinavian bathroom with white walls, an oval tub, a long white vanity and a jute rug
a Scandinavian bathroom with white and grey tiles, a basket for storage and potted plants
a Scandinavian entryway with whitewashed floors and a cork bench feels minimal and airy
a Scandinavian living room done in white and greys, faux fur and pillows add coziness to the space
Scandinavian design isn’t about clutter at all, it’s about order and an airy feeling, which can’t be achieved with lots of accessories and boxes for storage.
a Scandinavian living room with a grey sectional, pastel and neutral pillows, a ledge gallery wall, a potted plant and a copper leather pouf
a Scandinavian space spruced up with pale green looks unusual and very catchy, lots of natural light is a traditional feature of such spaces
a serene Scandi nursery with a rich-stained crib and all the rest done in grey and white, with a grid gallery wall and some lovely toys
a small Nordic bedroom with a bed, a nighstand with a lamp, potted greenery and grey walls
a stylish monochromatic Scandinavian living room with a grey sofa, neutral furniture, a black lamp and pots, neutral textiles is chic
a vintage Nordic bathroom done in a neutral color scheme, a vintage stool, sink and a mirror with a shelf
a vintage Nordic dining room with a vintage black dining table, mismatching chairs, a white glass cupboard and lots of potted plants
a welcoming and airy Scandinavian bedroom with all-natural linens and a touch of dusty pink
Add An Outside/ Inside Room
Scandinavian people generally love a connection with the outdoors so you’ll find a balcony or terrace in even the smallest apartments. These are usually decked and used for grilling and entertaining outdoors during the late light nights of the summer. Decorate your outdoor space in Scandi style to extend the spaces outdoors and enjoy nature and landscapes.
a welcoming Scandinavian living room with a grey sofa, blue pillows, a ledge with black and white artworks, a round table and a cushion on the floor
an airy white Nordic bedroom with an arched window, a bed, some wooden furniture and potted greenery
an attic Scandinavian living room with a white planked ceiling, a grey sectional with printed pillows, a round table and potted plants
printed pillows make the space catchier, a faux fur throw and a comfy rug add coziness, and natural light floods the space
textiles are an important part of Scandi spaces, they are sure to make any space cozier, and Nordic spaces are often said to be cold
wood is the base of every Scandinavian interior, it may be seen on the floors, walls and furniture
As Scandinavian winters are very harsh, most apartments and houses have an original fire in the living room. Unlike British fireplaces that are usually the focal point of a grand room, these are often very simple columns (many originals from the 19th century are beautifully tiled) and are located in the corner of the room. This way they add coziness and warmth without becoming a centerpiece.
a traditional Scandinavian stove with gilded doors is what you need for your Nordic space
a traditional Scandinavian stove clad with blue and white printed tiles is a beautiful idea for a Nordic space, it will add both color and pattern
it will easily become a stylish accessory at the same time, wherever you place it
such a modern looking black firewood stove is another fresh idea to substitute a traditional Scandinavian stove
you may also try various modern stoves if you don't feel like Scandinavian traditionalism