The Two Sides of Scandi Style
The trend for all things Scandinavian has become increasingly popular over the past few years. Their love of no-nonsense style, clean lines and a muted colour palette has been embraced by interior designers and home decorators alike who are looking for a piece of calm in a modern world.
The more recognisable Scandi style of pale wood, geometric lines and a palette of dove grey and white has recently been joined by its dusky sibling; dark walls, rustic textures and tones of charcoal and navy.
Which style of Scandinavian inspired design do you prefer?
Scandi Simplicity is all about light, bright laid-back style. Furniture is clean and tailored and takes its inspiration from Mid-Century design. The minimalist approach is warmed up with natural textures and interesting patterns. Houseplants feature heavily in Scandinavian interiors; adding freshness even in the harshest of seasons.
Finish the look with retro style furniture, textured accessories and faux foliage:
Something dark is stirring in Scandinavian style souls; a moodier, more sophisticated ‘Nordic Noir’ has emerged. Darker colours combine with more opulent finishes such as metals and marble, to create a look that is more Nordic Night than Scandi Summer. Oversized art prints and dark foliage create shadowy style.
Finish the look with accessories in a dark palette and an array of moody framed prints:
Choose your Scandi Style
Whether you’re drawn to the light side with its airy overtones or prefer the shadowy angle of Scandi style, at The Lounge Co. you’ll find the perfect sofa to sit centre stage in your living room.