Scandinavian is the new black. Is that correct?
In our lives we need space away from the saturated messages we’re relentlessly exposed to, so there’s nothing better than finding tranquility in our home.
But how? Scandinavian design is the answer!
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Cooper Globe Lights
IMAGE CREDITS: Julie Hole
Being cooper the season’s superstar metal, the globular copper lights, extremely common in Scandinavia, are the perfect accent to cheer your home decor right up! Do you agree with us?
Folding-Style Wooden Chairs
IMAGE CREDITS: Alexander White
Lotta Agaton’s home is the inspiration behind this Scandinavian design trend, as seen at La Maison d’Anna G. Leather-backed wooden chairs had to be in your wishlist! They’re rustic without looking over-worn and go beautifully with a sheepskin blanket tossed over their back. Perfect for the winter season as well!
Pops Of Blue
IMAGE CREDITS: Boligliv.dk
On the color front, we’ve blue. This Copenhagen home proves that feeling blue doesn’t have to be a bad thing. It stands out brilliantly against the black and white! It’s a color that will help you escape from the traditional Scandinavian style!
IMAGE CREDITS: Sara Danielsson
It’s about time to give an opportunity to cacti! In a room where white and simplicity are kings, cacti bring a cheerful burst of green.
If you weren’t sure before, we hope by now that you’re excited to them in your home decor!
IMAGE CREDITS: Frida Ramstedt
If feathers are extremely trendy in the States, why not spread them worldwide? In this Swedish Easter tablescape, the white feather looks great with the predominant black tones.
IMAGE CREDITS: Nordic Leaves
Are you tired of the monotonous and itty-bitty calendars that everyone has at home? Well, here you have the solution! These supersized Helvetica Calendars are perfect to keep you updated every day. And they go perfectly with any interior design.
IMAGE CREDITS: Alvhem
When it comes to Scandinavian design, your room will be centered upon a stark, black and white aesthetic. However, why not use gray? Here you have a great alternative that also provides the same neutral tone with new notches.
Big Paper Lanterns
IMAGE CREDITS: Kristofer Johnsso
What do you think about these giant paper lanterns? Could you use them to give an ethereal feel to your kitchen design? We think you can!
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This style is admired by its monochronism and minimalism, which are certain words often talked about as home decor trends today.
IMAGE CREDITS: Nordic Design
At the Finnish Dream Hotel, we can notice how clever are these slatted walls. Enjoy this serene and pure atmosphere! And get inspired to do it in your own interior design.
Black & White Stripes
IMAGE CREDITS: Nina Holst
This classic color combination notch makes any room sophisticated and timeless! These stripes are modern, playful! How can we resist them?
Coleman Floor Lamps by DelightFULL
Coleman is the ideal mid-century modern floor light to be placed next to any 1950 modern furniture piece as your industrial office couch or desk. The 1 light manageable head floor lamp with matte black and matte white accents has a simplistic and sleek design featuring a black textile cord and a flexible shade. With a classic shape making it fitting for not only Scandinavian style homes, this brass floor lamp will also fit perfectly in every single home design style.
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