Christmas season is just started and here are some ways to decorate your home Scandinavian style. I have taken inspiration from various trends and tried to incorporate them to create a white and silver theme with strong black and wooden elements.
As we want our space to feel christmassy but also elegant and simple without having too much decor clutter,
These are some easy tips to change up your space for Christmas.
Keep most of your colour scheme white, you can also add some red/green colour
Garlands are very easy to decorate with, ex: around the door, on the dining table.
Christmas trees can be tricky to decorate but a good way is to stick with one colour ornaments for a cleaner look
Changing out hand clothes in the kitchen can instantly spice up the kitchen for christmas.
Check out these 10 ways to incorporate Scandinavian interior design using wood for your house. Scandinavian decor is still so trendy these days and can be so easy to include it into your housing. One of the main element in Scandinavian design the use of Wood, which gives the space a more homely and nature aesthetic. Wood also resonates with sustainability and is very affordable.
Light is another element in Scandi design. Allowing lots of light in your space makes the area seem bigger and more clean. Having white surfaces helps light bounce off and creates a more peaceable environment for you and your family.
Below are some inspirational images I found on how you can change up your space.
Monochrome is one of the easiest ways you can include scandinavian design into your home. It principle is based on modern simplicity. Although having just a black and white room can seem very dull for the eye. Adding small touches of gold instantly changes the home into a more grand space and gives it more class.
Small touches in the living room, example adding a gold mirror or maybe a centre table or even something more simpler like the accent peices in the below images can really help change the whole feel of the space.
Honestly, its one of the more simple and affordable ways to revamp your space with minimal effort and looks like a million dollars.
Below I have included all the types rooms in which you can try and incorporate in your home.
Seating arrangements can be one of the most hardest yet creative decisions you can take in your home. Even though, each layout is specifically designed for the room you are designing for you can always change up the look with adding various different types of chairs and sofas which can give the room a more polished and well thought look.
Every arrangement has a certain look and feel to it. The following are some examples of different types of looks.
Cozy: Pushing the furniture together is a great hack if you have a smaller space
Brighten: Adding all white can brighten up and open the space
Float Furniture: Pushing your furniture to the center can give the illusion of a bigger space
Low Seating: Having sofas with low seating helps make the walls look higher than what they actually seem.
Hope these tips help you in creating a scandinavian look to your living room
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IKEA is the home to Scandinavian decor. Their features are very clean, minimal and white. I thought it would be a challenge to choose the black decor pieces and try to incorporate into your home. Black decor pieces make a statement and you don’t want to overpower the white. Adding these small touches here and there can make your living area very classy and elegant.
A few examples on how you can use these elements in your own place.
Contrasting colours like black and white can seem to make the house very less colourful but it gives it a very clean and minimal scandinavian look. Adding small accents here and there, like with a clock, pillows or throws can change your space without breaking the bank.
If you want to corporate colour the best way is to use wood features which makes your space seem more homely.
Scandinavian Interior is one of the most popular trend right now. I wanted to combine Scandinavian and Boho to see what happens, and honestly I’m not mad. I used big pieces like the couch and coffee table to emphasise the Scandinavian simple and clean look. Using colour and small decor pieces from H & M home i completed the Boho look.
This is a small mood board where I tried to show how I put them together to create a new Scandinavian boho look.
Copper has been such a huge metal choice in the last year. The undertone in the metal is warm with a mix of brown, orange, and a slight hint of blush pink, which make it go so well with pastel. Its reflective property can open up the space and make it bigger and brighter.
Mixed with pink pastel, Copper seems so become so subtle but so clean in its lines are finishes.
These are a few pieces I found, which can change up your space with small touches.