Scandinavian interiors are well known for their utilitarian approach to design, respectful use of natural materials and their application of stylish storage. You can adopt the style in any room, whether it be a simplistic bathroom or a comfortable bedroom. You can even add warmth and texture with the addition of faux furs, thick rugs and untreated wood.
Take a look around these beautiful, Scandinavian style homes, filled with practical, liveable design ideas.
1. Nordic garden room
Scandinavian style doesn’t have to be reserved for in the house. This Nordic style garden room adds the simplicity and practicality of the design to a outdoor lodge, making it the perfect place to retreat all year round.
2. Scandinavian style kitchen transformation
After an ambitious two-storey extension project on this home in South Wales, the owners had to be creative and conscious of their budget when it came to remodelling the kitchen. Fortunately, Scandinavian design lends itself to simplicity and cost saving.
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3. Eclectic London flat extension
This beautiful Scandinavian extension to a London flat is both simple and full of style. The pale wooden floorboards and lack of clutter are characteristic of the style and three rooflights, built into the side return, fill the room with light.
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4. Cosy master suite makeover
This comfortable bedroom makes great use of the space available. The room divider means that, not only is there space for storage, there is enough room for a dedicated dressing space, concealed from the sleeping area.
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5. Contemporary mobile home in the New Forest
This contemporary interior is simplistic and beautiful. The woodburning stove adds a focal point to the open plan space, contrasting with the white walls and the pale woods.
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6. Converted coach house with modern style
The dark wooden beams in this master bedroom, along with the metal supports that span the roof and teal woodwork, add interest to a neutral scheme.
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7. Contemporary secluded self build
The dining room in this rural, self build home in Ireland is the perfect example of modern Scandinavian Christmas. Adding fur throws to a modern interior adds a rustic touch and the dark wood flooring and beams add warmth to the space.
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8. Cornish Medieval barn
This rustic bedroom perfectly suits its setting in the Medieval barn. The simplistic style is typical of Scandinavian design, complemented with splashes of colour from the rug and the bedding.
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9. Restoring a Victorian flat
This Scandinavian style Victorian flat is fashionable and creative. The neutral colour scheme is contrasted by the warm texture of the wooden flooring and the addition of plants around the room.
10. A sensitive restoration of a modern family home
This Mid-century style home is filled with Scandinavian details. From the open plan layout, to the chalet style dark wood and double height ceiling, the home is modern but in touch with nature.
Click here to take a tour of this 1960s home, filled with mid-century design
11. Rural farmhouse re-imagined with Scandinavian style
There is no reason that this beautiful, modern farmhouse in Denmark wouldn’t be full of Scandinavian details. It is both modern and practical, with an injection of colour through the botanical canvas at the far end of the dining table.