In addition to a common language and culture, the Scandinavian countries of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway share a clean, simple, airy and light decorating style. Most Scandinavian décor has a sense of serenity.
• You need to color it white. One of the first aspects you notice about this décor is the extremely limited or confined palette. Predominantly white, you have touches of pale blue, pastels, or gray taking up auxiliary or secondary positions. You use strong or bright colors sparingly as touch-ups or accents.
• The bedrooms will have fireplaces. The backdrop is the Arctic Circle’s climate. Winters there are cold, dark, and long. For “Scandi” homes, it’s not unusual to have a fireplace both in the dining room and bedroom.
• Rustic accents are a very prominent thing here. Rustic wood happens to be a common accent in these bedrooms. There are beautiful wooden benches and tables serving as majestic nightstands.
• Your light fixtures can serve as décor accents. The pendant light glows softly in the bedroom, rendering a unique appeal to your space.
Charm and minimalism
The attractive design of a “Scandi” interior is minimalistic, elegant and stunning. Its effortless and seamless aesthetics are very inviting. A bedroom, with minimal designs, might seem bland and cold to anybody, but if you style it the “Scandi” way, with numerous accessories bedecking the space, you can create a warm coziness.
• Neutrals create a soothing atmosphere and you can add other colors to the scheme. Usually, you tone and mute them down. These colors are milky white, charcoal, soft gray, and mauve and blue, which helps in capturing the light.
• The aim is to create restful mood, but be sure to instill some of your own touch or personality. Combine the style with a terrific twist. It could be an ornate and opulent chandelier or a gorgeous sectional couch cover the couches just in front of the bed.
• Candles are perpetually a great addition because they create an inviting and warm atmosphere.
• A “Scandi” bedroom can be extremely diverse. It can be anywhere from industrial to vintage, depending on the accessories and materials you select.
Some easy ideas
Nordic-themed or styled bedrooms are ideal for the aspiring and promising early riser. They are dazzling enough to reinvigorate you with that morning energy or vigor. Polka dots don’t let a bright bedroom become overly banal or sterile. If you add a mid-century or modern dresser to the mix, you can enhance the playful patterns’ palette.
• The simple and appealing accent wall designs ensure that the expansive surfaces don’t devour the interior design’s simplicity.
• Out of all the wooden elements, a rocky table and chair can add to the overall charm of the room.
• You can also use romantic and artistic typographical decals for creating a touch of chic and modernism. It can bolster a classical bedroom.
• The wood you place on the dresser, headboard, and side table, must be highly distressed.
It enhances the contemporary look of the space with a chic appeal. While art and storage would usually adorn a headboard wall, you can also give it a prominent position across the bedside. Your adjustable and portable ask lamp gives a versatile touch.