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An accessible design object: would art finally be everywhere nowadays?

In every aspect of life, something influences another thing. Also, new inventions and ideas are created and spread differently. That is the only way that the world becomes dynamic. Scandinavian designs have been popular for so many years. Quality designs and materials from Alvar Aalto, Verner Panton, and Arne Jacobsen are all interesting pieces that still reflect today's designs. Scandinavian designs started after the World War around the 1950s. For instance, Finn Eero Saarinen, in 1956, designed the Pedestal Armchair for the Knoll company. There are many designs that imitate them today.

Many of today's designs which are classified into modern, artistic, simple, or antique, are inspired by Scandinavian designs. Materials like pressed wood, sturdy plastics, and enamelled aluminium are all products of the Scandinavian styles. You could see from the interior of homes that they have exotic structures and designs. Kitchen remodelling and general home installation usually have matching designs that are themed. It allows homeowners to identify their specific interests when it comes to choosing a design. With these sophisticated designs, the modern-day interior is sure to be an eyecatcher.

Interior decor and Scandinavian styles

Apart from interior decor benefitting from Scandinavian styles, websites also have themes and templates that relate to the goals of the site. So, just like a guest visiting a house, website visitors would love the designs that they see on their screens. An example is Mapiful which provides map designs through Scandinavian styles. It's not so common to have many maps of cities with ultra-modern designs, but Mapiful has such maps. While you might be looking through the maps as objects of directions, they are carefully designed to be artistic materials for online visitors who are searching for homes. As site visitors look through the designs, they'll unknowingly have these Scandinavian-inspired looks in their homes.

Scandinavian Designs in Today's Art

In today's art, many items will be influenced one way or the other by Scandinavian styles. Without knowing the influence, people would naturally love them. Wall art and floor art are two important parts of the home interior. Mapiful believes that art in the home is a reflection of the homeowner's personality. So, once you choose your desired design, it's something that relates to what you like. Many people today, especially adults, prefer something classy over something that's too colourful, and that's one of the features of Scandinavian designs: class, sophistication, and brilliance.

What are the designs made of?

Scandinavian designs are made of neutral and natural colours. Also, they have some other colours that blend with artistic elements. Looking at what Mapiful provides to customers, there are designs that have city maps on them. This style is a unique one, and it also allows the homeowner to become familiar with such cities. Children who want to learn directions and landmarks can easily know them through these home designs. Once an interior decor has elements that are part of what surrounds us, these elements become useful to homeowners.

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