When we think of all the positive aspects of Scandinavian interior décors, it’s not difficult to see why they are still popular after all this time. This year we can count on more of this style, and it’s not that we’re complaining!
Scandinavian interior décor is so much more than merely about décor itself, it’s about improving the life of the people living in that interior, with the focus being on comfort. Comfort is what you can find at a two seater sofa sale, armchair, coffee table, sideboards, basically any Scandinavian design item that would improve your living.
Pieces like these aren’t just affordable, they are high quality too, famous for the craftsmanship, choice of sustainable materials, and the minimal, yet still modern look.
There may be lack of ornamentation in the products you’d find at a coffee tables, sideboards, two seater sofa sale, but that only means you have more options in personalising the interior.
This can be achieved by adding texture and colour in the form of sofa cushions, cloths for the coffee table, or ornaments for the sideboards, like candles (Scandinavians have a thing for candle-lit homes). Speaking of light, a home in Scandinavian style is everything about brightness, so it’s not surprise we see plenty of white with this style.
White walls and furniture are known to reflect the natural light, which is perfect if you don’t have as many windows as you’d want. Adding dimmable lights is also a way to have control over the light, and ambiance for that matter, more so as there are LEDs in different tones, from warm to cool, so you can choose the kind of setting you want.
Plants are more than welcome too, because Scandinavian décor is all about having more of nature inside. Add some paintings inspired by nature, and you get the same result, just remember not to over-decorate with paintings, or with any decorations altogether – it’s about simplicity, and no sight of clutter.
Though minimalist, Scandinavian décors are still about warmth, so if you feel your home is lacking in warmth, you can include the charms of rugs and curtains. Moreover, both rugs and curtains protect furnishings from the sun’s damaging days, extending their durability.
And since you can find them in a variety of prints, colours, and materials, they are the means to add more texture as well. It’s important not to play a lot with mixing colours, it’s okay to add contrasts so long as you don’t exaggerate.