Scandinavian-style interiors have accrued a cult following in the recent years, thanks to their minimal carefree vibe, and the trend remains one of our favorites here at NONAGON.style. The best part is, they’re easy to achieve with a few simple steps.
This week’s interior render from NONAGON.studio shows us how to achieve the ultimate Scandi interiors in a small bedroom.
The Black and White Photo Rule
If it looks like a snapshot from a black and white photo – you’re doing it right. Simplicity and minimalism is at the heart of Scandinavian design, so think white as the neutral color at the base of your design.
To make the most out of small bedroom spaces, focus on design elements that take up the least amount of space, including color and wall decor. Black furniture and lamps offer contrast to all-white walls, yet still keep the room visually light. Of course, it’s important to add personal touches to the space, so a gallery wall filled with inspiring art is a must.
You Cannot Forget About Plants
Is there any more to say here? Without these breathing living things, you’re in a man made room. The lift of green and the symbiotic relationship with nature enhances your living environment and makes it truly Scandi. So get some plants.
Cozy and Warm
The Scandinavians have a lot of words for cozy. Don’t forget to add warming textures, like the shaggy throw used on the bed to make you feel ready for snuggling up.
The Art of the Messy Bed
Maybe all these interior stylists never grew out of their teenage angst phase, but Scandinavian interior photo shoots are copious with messy beds. Yet they look gorgeous! To really nail it, keep the bedding as neutral as possible so instead of drawing the eye to color, you’re picking up the richness of texture.
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