These 5 Scandinavian style trends are taking over the internet

If you’ve ever been inspired to combine minimalism and functionality with the utmost trendiness, then you’ll instantly fall in love with the Scandinavians style. It’s beautiful, pragmatic and features a simplicity that seldom seems beautiful. Now, this style is taking over the whole world – you’ll definitely have quite a few Pins marked on your official Pinterest as well, so today we’ll be featuring these 5 Scandinavian style trends that are taking over the internet:

 

1. Finding balance

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Finding the balance between too much and too little is what sets most Scandinavian style interior designs apart. It’s known officially as ‘lagom’ and it needs to be carefully appraised in the spaces. If you look at this image, you’ll see how the visual and decorative balance is achieved by using understated hues mixed with stylish tiles and accessories. It’s simple, but not too much as to look stark.

 

2. Using understated accent colours

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While many typical interior design styles use bright, jewel-toned colours to introduce accents, the Scandinavian style is totally different in this regard. Instead of being bold, it is entirely understated. Even the accent colours are derived from the neutral palette. Take a look at this living room design – the beautiful grey accents elevate the backdrop of white beautifully.

 

3. Storage as design

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The Scandinavian style is renowned for using functional elements as décor. Storage areas and furnishings are one of the ways that this style makes it happen. Whether it is inbuilt or bought separately, you can arrange these things suitable throughout your spaces. The small yet stylish suspended media console in this image is a great example of this technique.

 

4. Natural lighting

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If you’re a connoisseur of the Scandinavian style, you’ll have noticed how every image looks brightly lit and spacious. Well, this is because natural light is a big part of this style’s aesthetic. Large window portals with minimalist window treatments are definitive of it. This bedroom interior design features an L-shaped window that perfectly complements the understated palette of the Scandinavian styling!

 

5. Functional furniture

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Another Scandinavian style trend you’ll see on the internet is the highly trendy, totally functional and extremely minimalist furniture. It’s very to-the-point and lacks any frou-frou detailing that would derail its pragmatics. The study desk in this image is a good example!

 

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