LESS IS MORE
Whether you’re a diehard decorating addict who wants to test out the year’s hottest fads, or simply a stylish homeowner looking for a change, Scandinavian décor is the way to go. Here are a few key aesthetics that make interiors quintessentially Scandinavian.
Neutral tones: One of the hallmarks of Scandinavian design is versatile, neutral tones. We are particularly coveting this Instagram look, which incorporates beige and soft teal shades. Try turning to a grey or off-white sofa which is accessorized with dove grey and aqua or turquoise cushions. The look of light grey walls, a white floor lamp and a slender coffee table help to complete the overall decorating scheme.
For anyone wondering how to embrace 2018’s décor trends, you may want to incorporate Scandinavian design into your humble home. We have curated a few ways to embrace this minimalist and timeless interior design trend in the seasons ahead
Less is More: “Lagom” in Swedish means finding just the right amount, which is a beautifully Scandinavian approach to life and design. In a world where consumerism is the name of the game, Scandinavian décor is such a refreshing outlook.
A good trick to keep your space clean and uncluttered is to take one thing out. One less book on the shelf, one less chair, one less plant will ultimately leave your space feeling fresh and clean. This trend will make its way from our daily schedules to our homes, where “conscious buying and slow design” will take center stage.
Be One with Nature: A lot of natural elements find their way into your home when Scandinavian design is concerned so be prepared to incorporate lots of wood, linen, plant life and natural light. This allows your space to have an outdoor feel and bring some warmth into your home.
Try completing your dining room with wooden dining chairs, contrasted against a grey marble top dining table. The look of complementary black and grey furniture helps to pull the overall design together, particularly with the addition of cozy throw blankets and a dark, chic sofa.