Scandinavia is a collection of countries that traditionally refers to three northern European countries—Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Sometimes, it includes Finland, Iceland, and Greenland.
Though there are several historical and cultural similarities between these nations, there are also more than a few notable differences.
The way in which they became united under the banner of home decor is a matter of marketing as much as history.
And, it begins with changing social philosophies at the end of the 1800s.
Scandinavian design was an internationally recognized commodity, one that had a particularly strong following in the U.S.
Though its popularity declined between the 1960s and 80s, the focus on sustainability of the 1990s and early 2000s breathed new life into the trend.
Rooms designed in the Scandinavian style, as we recognize it today, tend to boast white walls to emphasize light, a neutral-heavy color palette with pops of color, natural textures such as wood and stone, a lack of window treatments and carpets, and simple, no-fuss layouts that emphasize an elegantly minimalist aesthetic.
In a Scandinavian-designed room, you can expect bare wood floors and white painted brick walls that add a rough texture while maximizing the light streaming in through large windows.
Scandinavian design is known for its many contributions to furniture design, which may turn out to be its most enduring legacy.
Scandi-style is all about a minimalist, clean look.
In the global world of interiors, the hot trend of the moment has to be Scandi Style.
Whether we are talking about country style Gustavian interiors from Sweden, the Scandinavian mid century classic designs of the Modernist movement or the Danish passion for Hygge, we can’t seem to get enough of it.
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