Scandinavian design style interior
If tidiness and simplicity is considered modernistic, then the Scandinavian design style is the modern face of interior design. It correlates functionality, comfort and a minimal number of accessories with gentleness and clarity of the shapes of lines. Characteristic of this style are the simple, functional shapes, light-coloured wood, simplistic decor, effective spatial planning, warm colours and nuances, which compensate the lack of warmth and light in the harsh Northern climate.
Scandinavian design living room interior
The most essential stylistic rule in the Scandinavian design is whiteness. The walls, ceilings, even the floor and textile elements are all predominantly white. The white colour is the background of combining ideas and delicate colour nuances. Everyone who chooses the Scandinavian style will have a light and open interior. It’s perfect for rooms with tall ceilings and large windows. The first requirement is to define the main colour, around which the interior will be based. There aren’t many opportunities – it’s either the snowy whiteness, or the soft beige tone. The contrasting combinations for white are red and claret, while a suitable contrasting colour for beige is emerald green.