After many, many, maaaany dull and grey days, the sun has reached Munich and has spread a foretaste of spring. The lack of natural light was terribly oppressing. The farther north you move, the more difficult it gets with sunlight during the colder period. So it is sort of natural that Scandinavians focus on their interiors – their homes are the bright refuges during dark winter days. Scandinavian interior design has its own flavor – it’s main ingredient is an abundance of whites to recreate the idea of a light flooded home, the colour accents to brighten up the space and a carefully selected mix of design classic and vintage finds.
This Swedish home is not different in its approach to interior design. White walls, wooden floors and ceilings, design furniture, vintage rugs and refined colour accents – it seems so easy to achieve yet the sophisticated look of such a Scandi home can’t be easily reproduced without a good eye and impeccable style.
What about you, do you love Scandinavian interiors? Or do you prefer a more intense choice of colours, furniture and decoration when it comes to interior design? Let me know!