The Scandinavian style has became most of the people’s favorite style in 2017. Its breezy atmosphere which emphasis on natural textures and soothing ambiance has made it the perfect interior design style to be used in a modern home. In this post, let's see how Fifth Avenue mastered the art of Nordic accents which feature a great Scandinavian theme!
1. Simplicity beyond measure
The first thing you should know about the Scandinavian style is that it appreciates the simple side of things. There are never any useless frou-frou accoutrements or decorations that emphasize heavy visual clutter. Everything is neatly organized and features a very simple design. The Fifth Avenue team evoked this style with the help of straightforward window coverings, simple furniture design and a spacious layout.
2. Natural light and transparency
The Scandinavian style has become very beloved because of its ability to make even the smallest spaces seem very spacious. This is mostly because this style incorporates a mixture of artful transparency and an abundance of natural light in the same setting. Since the natural color palate of this style is quite neutral – white, beige, browns, etc. – the combination of transparency and natural light make for a very impactful design hack.
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3. Stylistic and trendy
While simplicity makes up one half of the Scandinavian style, the other half is defined by an understated homeliness with an overlay of stylish beauty. This trendiness comes from the use of artfully designed furniture. While most of the Scandinavian style is interpreted in clean, straight lines, you can definitely apply some nouveau style curves in the furniture to emulate a stylish look in your interior designs.
4. A clean look
The Scandinavian style emulates a clean design outlook. It uses smooth surfaces with only visual textures along with minimalistic ambient settings to get a clean look that is free of clutter and comes off as very elegant and sophisticated. The Fifth Avenue team used clean laminates and painted walls to emulate that clean Scandinavian aesthetic in this home.
5. A modern material palate
The material palate of the Scandinavian style is very straightforward and modern. It features mostly wooden textures with light grain, porcelain or ceramic tiles and other modern fixtures. The Fifth Avenue team did a great job with the material selection and application. They managed to capture the clean, simple and stylish essence of this style in a regular HDB interior design beautifully.