Sep 23, 2018

1. Do not go for minimalistic

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Edited: Sep 23, 2018

Here are a few No Nos that we beg you all to follow, if you want to create a nice homely Scandinavian inspired home:

 

It is a huge misconception our spaces are bare. On the contrary, it’s not all about sparse wood and functional furniture.  

Do play with different materials, don’t forget a Scandinavian home is never predictable and always curates well-placed surprises. Mix pine with mahogany, mix cast iron with brass. Accessorize with items you love. Very common is to add travel memories or own photographs to your decor.

 

 

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Add character with your own memories, or own photographs

 

If you want advice: Upload a photo, together with your question, and we will be right with you - Helping you in creating the right Scandinavian look.

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