The Scandinavian style is quite appreciated among homeowners and designers alike due to its contemporary and minimalist nature. Functionality and simplicity are at the forefront of this design movement that fully flourished at the middle of the 20th century. Today, Design Build Ideas will show you a series of Scandinavian Design Trends that one ought to add to their home interiors if they are looking for a more serene but still elegant decor.
# Use “Lagom” Pieces
Lagom means finding just the right amount, which is a beautifully Scandinavian approach to life and design. It’s predicted it will make its way from our daily schedules to our bedrooms, where “conscious buying and slow design” will take centre stage.
# Turn Storage pieces into statement ones
One can transform a simple storage piece into a focal point of your home as you can see by this Scandinavian-level chic living space. Anna Decilveo, a merchandiser at Swedish-founded company Tictail further explains “The shelf or basket you would’ve likely hidden in your closet is, instead, a work of art in itself. We’re already seeing so much of this from emerging Swedish brands on Tictail.”
# Add Bold Accents of Blue
Blue is Scandinavia’s favourite accent colour. A bright blue stands out brilliantly against all-white interiors, like in this colourful 1920’s Copenhagen home belonging to industrial designer Josefine Bentzen.
# Introduce Worn Leather in Your Interiors
One of the major trends that can be seen in Nordic interiors is the use of worn leather. For example, in this set, the leather-backed wooden chairs provide a rustic touch to this space.
# Paint Your Walls in Gray
While a combo of black and white will be always a good option. Opting to paint your walls in gray is also as valid, and as a matter of fact, it is making a comeback. This neutral tone has a monochromatic appeal to it. It adds a sense of cleanliness, clarity and space to an interior.
# Tech-free Spaces
Personalizing your space with no technology can be a hard task but it is an effective way of improving your home life as well as creating an ever warmer and welcoming space. .
# Opt for Soft Lighting
In regards to soft lighting, you have a series of options to chose from, including giant paper lanterns which are sort of re-interpretation of Asian-inspired lighting fixtures with traditional chandeliers. In this unique set, four lanterns hang over the kitchen in an effort to create a whimsical effect.
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Source: Elle Decor