5 Ways to Have a Scandinavian Designed Home
If you find yourself leaning towards Scandi-style and are looking inspiration, here are 5 ways to integrate this design to your home.
Scandinavian design is a style movement that originated in the 1950’s. Known for its modern, minimalist and clean approach, it exudes impeccable craftsmanship with underrated elegance using natural materials.
If you find yourself leaning towards Scandi-style and are looking inspiration, here are 5 ways to integrate this design to your home:
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Scandinavian style highlights light, natural wood and neutral textiles for a look that’s easy and bright to the eyes.
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White on White
White is a major colour scheme in many Scandinavian homes for good reason. Countries like Denmark, Norway and Sweden have a shorter daylight period and using the colour white was an ingenious way to
“let the light in.”
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Form and Function
A Scandinavian inspired home is the perfect blend of form and function. Furniture pieces are modern and stylish with clean lines and no fuss incorporating it to a look that’s a livable, working space.
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Less Is More
Keep your look sparsely decorated, free of clutter and easy to navigate. Scale back on accessorizing and focus instead on refreshing accents.
Scandinavian style also birthed some iconic pieces from classic designers like Eero Saarinen and Poul Henningsen. However, if these designer pieces are way off your budget, opt for replica designs that can still get you the look you want at the fraction of the cost.
Show the beauty and elegance of modern simplicity with Scandinavian design, take a look at our Scandinavian furniture pieces for more inspiration.