Today we are going to show you how you can recreate the look of your home, with 8 Scandinavian trends that will add a modern but homely feel. If you are curious, keep scrolling and find out what’s trending in the world of Scandinavian furniture, decor, and interiors.
There is nothing more serene and calm than slatted walls. This Winter, use it for a more relaxing atmosphere in your house. You won’t regret it!
Scandinavian homes tend to max out on candles in winter, so why don’t you light up your Christmas the Swedish way with a tree-shaped candle holder? It looks so comfy!
An all-white theme is crucial to creating the perfect Scandinavian design! For a more dramatic take, choose an Icelandic palette of icy whites with hints of Narnia.
One of the biggest Scandinavian interior design trends for this Winter is having an element of do-it-yourself to the decor. One way of making something yourself is to wrap your gifts ina postal paper and the best part is that it’s super easy. Just plain brown postal paper packages mixed in with a bit of simple black + white.Twine or string is the way to go, and if you want to go extra fancy, add some pretty paper labels and little pieces of greenery.
If you want a Scandinavian Christmas interior, put that tree in a wicker, rattan, or seagrass basket. This Christmas decoration couldn’t be easier and it’s one of our favorite interior design ideas ever. It proves that you don’t need a classic Christmas tree to make the most of your decor.
Very minimalist and elegant, these glass candle holders were filled with thin string lights to create the most magical atmosphere. Perfect for a classy and minimalist Winter decor.
The simplest decor will have the biggest impact. Grab an evergreen branch, put it in a simple but beautiful vase, add a candle (or four) and voilà, you’ve got yourself a beautiful, Scandinavian table display.
Lighting is key in Scandinavian design and during the Winter is no exception. So make sure to fill your house with pretty mood lighting. Mix-and-match candles, twinkle lights draped over furniture, and paper lanterns hanging from the ceiling.