6 Tips on How to Get the Scandinavian Style at Home

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6 Tips on How to Get the Scandinavian Style at Home


Considering interior inspiration in home design, the Scandinavian style is definitely at its peak of popularity. Such an interior has conquered the world with its minimalistic elegance, well-thought-out functionality, cozy detailing, and hygge vibes. So if you strive to bring a minimalist Scandi touch into your dwelling, the following six Swedish decor tips are must-check.

  1. Neutral Color Palette 

Color is the first thing that forms the entire interior, and it may change the home beyond recognition, both in a positive and negative way. Remember that Scandinavian interiors are not about only white and black sticking to. You can easily add a pop of vivid colors, but the crucial is to keep the base in a simple neutral palette like white, gray, black, light brown, or beige, focusing more on fair shades. The more light and soft space colors are, the better it is. Still, some bright accents can be relevant, too, provided it is used reasonably.

  1. Uncluttered Zone

Reviewing a dozen of Scandi design photos on Pinterest and Instagram, you may trace one common thing - an uncluttered area. Therefore, the primary step to making your rooms of Nordic minimalistic interiors is clearing out the whole clutter and thereby getting incredible roominess. Minimalism equals functionality, so the ‘less is more’ strategy will be just the job here. Think about wise items storage and efficient area organizing. For example, insteadof bulky bookcases, use multi-drawer coffee tables or fancy cabinets with storage boxes in place of sliding-door wardrobes. 

  1. Lighting Is a Key

Scandi people adore natural light, and their dwellings are full of panoramic windows, even without curtains or blinds. You can also turn your house into a cell of light. If you yet hesitate regarding no curtain windows, try sheer fabrics and light linens. Thus, your rooms will be light enough, simultaneously retaining privacy. Moreover, sliding glass doors, in case the area allows it, will be a perfect decision to enhance brightness vastly.

  1. Stylish Decorative Accents

If you think Swedish decor is pretty boring and predictable, you are wrong. Scandi interior details can be cozy and, at the same time, state-of-the-art. Using such decorative accents will influence the overall house style and vibes. There is an immense variety of choices to make this transformation. Candles, ceramic vases, or fresh plants of all sizes and shapes are all the range. Being correctly placed, they create inspiring coziness and fashionable minimalism. If you yet decorate your spaces with contemporary wall art, it will be ahead of the curve without a doubt.

  1. Textures Matter

To get hygge vibes in the dwelling, you can resort to playing around with textures. The hygge concept includes tranquility, relaxation, and snuggly surroundings, so the textures are the best method to implement this. It may be anything from knitted or velvet cushions to cotton, wool, or mohair throws and the fluffy floor rugs.

  1. Wooden Notes

All the Scandi minimalistic interiors can’t do without the wood that applies not only to the flooring but for furniture decorative purposes like chairs, dining tables, shelves, or cabinets. Don’t be afraid to overdo it with wooden accents, as they are always pertinent here.

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