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Try your hand at a new interior design style this year! Neutral, beige tone-on-tone is one of the hottest Scandinavian interior styles right now
Mention Scandinavian interior design and you might be imagining white walls and modern minimalism, but here we have three different contemporary style ideas to create a warm and cosy Scandi living room in your home.
Beige harmony - for tone-on-tone, you should think about decorating based on the same color palette but in tones of light & dark.
An vase with an organic form, dried plants and reeds against materials such as glass and marble give you a romantic Scandinavian living room.
In this new Scandi style living room we use tone-on-tone decor in harmonious and neutral beige tones to create a unified and relaxed look. To achieve this warm Scandinavian style living room - start with a natural colour pallet and add decor in natural materials. For example, a lamp in paper or rattan and home accessories in wood, stone, or glass.
Lamps in paper, fabric and rattan are just right for this Scandinavian interior design style! Formakami from &tradition is the perfect blend of form and function.
Is a graphic black and white Scandinavian interior style more you? Then be sure to decorate with graphic shapes such as lines and circles throughout your interior.
From tone-on-tone to contrast! In this decorating style the beige details have been changed to graphic black and white furnishings for a minimalist style. If this dark Scandinavian themed living room is more your style, think about choosing elements with graphic details such as lines and circles. Carpets and throws, as well as flowerpots and lighting are great ways to create this Scandi style living room. Lamps in steel and marble with black interior details create a dramatic effect that flirts with a more industrial Scandinavian style.
This modern Scandinavian interior design style will give the room a cooler and more elegant atmosphere. Think neat furniture with straight lines in dramatic black.
Lines, lines, lines – match a throw and the rug from NJRD with an elegant side table and black interior details that complement each other.
Would you rather add more colour to your Scandinavian living room interior? Try colour blocking for a living room that radiates energy and joy.
When considering a Scandinavian inspired living room bright tones and intense hues might not be something that immediately spring to mind, but if you would like to add an exciting splash of colour into your Scandinavian style living room then colour blocking is the way to go. Based on the same neutral foundation, you can easily add pillows, vases and posters that add a pop of colour for exciting contrasts.
Let your interior pop with strong colors and contrasts!
Add colour using interior details, textiles and lighting but keep the foundation be more neutral and to give balance to your Scandinavian interior.
If you want to decorate with colour but prefer softer tones, you can opt for charming pastels, such as these trendy blue highlights.
You can even choose to decorate in warm pink tones that work perfectly in a beige Scandinavian living room.
This colourful Scandinavian style interior works with both strong colours as well as pale tones! Our top tip is put the colour palette together before you start decorating to be sure that the colours match.
Different interior design styles not only mean different colours and details, but also different atmospheres. Each Scandinavian interior style above will give your living room a new feel: monochrome beige tones are perfect for a more harmonious and romantic atmosphere, graphic lines and dark black tones on the other hand give the room a cooler and more elegant feel. Colour Blocking will change the feeling completely to radiate energy and joy. Our top tip therefore is to start with the feeling you want to create in the room and let it guide you in building the perfect Scandinavian living room design.
Written by: Arijana Kapic
Styling: Ellinor Johansson, Anna Magnusson, Lukas Kunwaryanto
Photo: Angeliqa Daldorph