Since the real meaning of winter is coziness, fuzzy blankets and warming up around the fireplace, we decided to bring you scandinavian interior design ideas. Nothing screams functionality and design in the winter like the amazing inspirations that come from the north of Europe. Today, we are focusing on living rooms because it’s the space we share the most with our family in this time of the year.
Geometric patterns and wooden elements are one of the most commonly found features in a Scandinavian interior design. This interior design trend is a favorite amongst millennials due to its simplicity and uncomplicated vibe – just how life should be.
You can always mix your scandinavian interior design with other styles. For instance, in this living room, the faux bricked wall gives the room feel an industrial vibe, making sure it also creates the right balance between the coziness (a characteristic of the scandinavian style) and the bolness and roughtness of an industrial loft.
Something very important to keep in mind is that just because an interior design has Scandinavian influences it doesn’t necessarily mean that is has to be solely in grey and white patterns. Navy blue and brown colors allied with geometry can do the trick just as well!
Here we have the typical Scandinavian interior design stereotype: light wooden legs and lots of white and gray. This example hits every box on the Scandinavian checklist. The assymetrical set of painting behind the couch together with grey and white colors turns this living room into a classic.
The use of patterned pillows in this one and the fuzzy blanket on a regular chair its enough for this room in inhale a Scandinavian vibe. The white, grey and black tones set the mood for relaxing and warm holidays during this time of the year.