5 Ways To Curate A Scandinavian Space

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Amidst the pressures of our busy modern lives, we all crave to achieve harmony with one’s environment & curate a simple home filled with quality accessories.

With our fast-paced lives, it has become essential to get closer to nature and promote a living of simple attainable beauty. 

Combining clean lines with traditional craftsmanship and multifunctional elements, the Scandinavian design aesthetic offers plenty of room for self-expression while satisfying your appetite for a soothing space. 

If you're looking to create a space rooted in nature, simplicity, light neutral colors and functionality, then you will enjoy a read through these 5 ways to curate a Scandinavian space.


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As Scandinavian design strives to create a space with simplicity, it is closely related to the concept of minimalism. 

The overall color palette of any Scandinavian decor is majorly associated with the hues of grays, whites, browns, blacks and a splash of color pop. Light-colored walls allow your furniture and decorative pieces to stand out while creating a clean and airy ambiance. 

When it comes to the furniture, gentle lines, wood tones and subtle curves should be highlighted. Tables, chairs, sofas characterized by their innovative and organic forms work best for this setting. The color-blocked furniture pieces against a relatively neutral backdrop effortlessly exude understated beauty.


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The comfort of chilly mornings wrapped up in a fluffy warm blanket with cloud-soft cushions & blankets around is indeed unparalleled!

Whether it’s a geometric pattern or a botanical motif, accessorizing using warm textiles is truly transformative. Craftsmanship, longevity, and the essence of nature, through the use of natural materials & design language, form the core of Scandinavian textiles. 

Invite an aura of cozy comfort & softness to your abodes while styling your furniture with durable soft furnishings like bed linen, table linen throws, and rugs. 


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Scandinavian design is all about simplicity and impeccable craftsmanship. Therefore, when it comes to accessorizing with decorative accents, less is always more. 

The beauty of your mod furniture can be effortlessly accentuated with timeless pieces that make it count. Add texture and color pop to your plain walls and otherwise blank interior with decor objects like an elegant ceramic vase, sculpture, classic mirror, mini object or wall art. 

Remember, the key here is to keep it clean and not crowded!


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Broadening the horizons of minimalistic design, from simple furniture and decluttered empty spaces, fresh flowers and foliage can add the finishing touches of style to your home.

A necessity to every Scandinavian house, greenery brings along a touch of nature and various health benefits. Adding the perfect amount of color pop to your otherwise neutral setting, plants embody the fresh and maximal essence of nature, as well as the spirit of splendor that characterizes botanical luxe. 

Enhance the beauty of these fresh plants with a statement earthy planter or vase.  


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You cannot experience the beautiful nuances of your curated space to the fullest if you don’t have proper lighting. Scandinavian design is all about letting the light in — be it natural light through large windows or modern lighting through lamps & lanterns.

Investing in high-quality pieces, featuring quality craftsmanship is necessary to brighten your home. Modern table, hanging or floor lamps featuring geometric shapes, clean lines, or irregular shapes can grace a modern touch to your setting. 

If you're looking to create a cozier & fancier atmosphere, some classic pillar candles clustered on a decorative platter can be styled for an elevated appeal. 


We hope that some of these tips help you to curate your comfort space and live an unencumbered lifestyle. Do check our thoughtfully curated Scandinavian collection that features a blend of textures, soft hues and form.