Understated, authentic, functional and timeless: Scandinavian influences have been gaining in popularity for quite some time. These days, it’s hard to imagine life without these influences from Denmark, Norway, Finland and other Scandinavian countries. Pure materials, calm colours and functional design above all: the plain interiors might look understated but in fact are simply bursting with character and authenticity. So how can you bring Nordic style into your own home? Read on and you’ll find out!
Dark floors are very much in vogue. They add character and personality to your interior, and when combined in the right way, they can even make your room seem larger. However, beware: too many dark colours will have a gloomy, oppressive effect. It is therefore best to bear in mind the following tips.
Under the motto ‘less is more’, our interiors are stripped down to the bare minimum of components. After all, having a lot of stuff always makes for a chaotic look. Minimalism was born out of this premise, as a symbol of a more refined style of living. Living with less stuff and paring down to the essentials carries over to your interior.