The Scandinavian interior design is characterized by minimalism, simplicity, and functionality. A bold, contrasting monochrome palette with warm textures of wood, leather and fibre, Scandinavian style has been around since the 1950s and has is not going anywhere, anytime soon. You can't go wrong updating your IKEA furniture in anything black and white to recreate this style in your home.
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Below, graphic patterns such as arrows and triangles pay homage to a connection to nature, which combines natural shapes, abstraction, and the use of natural elements.
Whether you're decorating for inside or out, this classic monochrome style offers a sense of harmony, balance, and a feeling of comfort, especially when mixed with natural wood and other elements found in nature.
Below, animal skin and plants create a cosy office space. This style wouldn't be complete without Danish peg leg furniture and bright white walls to make the most of sunlight during the Nordic winter months.