The Easy Charm Of Modern Scandinavian Style

The modern Scandinavian style is one of the most beloved ones of all Singaporeans. It has an easy charm, an attractive casualness and a trendy vibe that can make any space look stunning in a cozy, snug, comfortable and homely way. There are a number of ways you can emulate this aesthetic in your homes, so further let’s look at how you can translate this style in your spaces.



1. Natural light and window treatments

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The Scandinavian style is all about effectively articulating that cozy, spacious aura of this style. However you also have to embellish it with a modern charm. The best and instant way to do so is by going for large window portals to let in a lot of natural light, and then affixing it with modern-style window frames. You can go the extra mile by playing with the window coverings as well.




2. Cozy seating

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Choosing the right furniture for your modern Scandinavian style interior designs is absolutely essential. This image shows an excellent example of this phenomenon where the small, comfy love-seat has been cozily decorated with a cluster of throw-pillows and furs. However, the modern style coffee tables add a contemporary contrast to the whole setting that goes perfectly well with the sofa.




3. Light fixtures

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The idea here is to emulate a comfortable aura in your modern Scandinavian interiors so even the lighting and light fixtures have to be carefully chosen and implemented. The metal-accented pendent lights in this image coupled with the amazing natural backlighting, you can see where this modern Scandinavian style space gets its inherent charm from!




4. Your textures matter

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When you’re designing a modern Scandinavian style home interior design, always pay special attention to your textures. You have to make sure that they’re not too traditional and neither too modern. Finding the perfect blend can be challenging, but there are lots of options available in the market and you can conduct thorough surveys to find one that is adequately cool and warm at the same time. If all else fails in the end, you can even try wall paneling or herringbone style marble wall cladding!




5. Something unique

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Adding unique touches to your modern Scandinavian style homes is truly essential. You need to go for some Nordic touches – if you cannot go for all out wooden textured floors, then how about a stylish furry area rug, or some hanging fresh greens? These are a good place to start, and you can even go for more from here.

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