Nordic-inspired interiors have set the design industry alight with a gorgeous palette of neutral and earthy tones and natural materials. The Private House Company fully embraces the trend and shares some of the ways you can achieve the look with Scandi living in your home.
Scandi design leans towards sleek lines and simple interiors. Gone with clutter and eclectic collections of decor. Instead, Scandi style draws inspiration from minimal living and simple, clean and uncluttered spaces.
The Private House Company’s Scandi Collection is made from N=natural materials and offers a clean, simple range which lends itself to unobtrusive style. This range is light and natural and can easily be mixed in with all styles in all rooms.
Keep it Natural
The emphasis here is on natural materials – a blend of wood, stone, cotton, concrete and more for a truly down-to-earth, connected to nature vibe that is intrinsic in the trend.
Simple rattan or cane furniture is a beautiful addition to a Nordic interior. The Private House Company’s Plantation Collection is a gorgeous offering, made from cane. This contemporary take on classic lends itself to sleek, simple style. The Plantation Collection adds natural beauty to any space. The comfortable beachy feel of the range is also sure to relax any room.
Warm And Comfy Textures
Add warmth through interesting tactile elements in a truly Scandi interior. Elements such as wool, mohair, and sheepskin throws are some of the few accent pieces that will add to this look. Opt for neutral shades such as grey, like Charcoal with natural textures, like burlap or jute, or muted hues, like a pale purple with grey undertones. This natural and muted palette will underscore the unrefined elegance that Scandi living is all about.
Add a few tactile elements to your bed and living room. A throw at the edge of a bed or a beautiful textured blanket will help you achieve this look.
Find all the inspiration you need for your Scandi home with The Private House Company and their latest ranges of contemporary furniture.For more visit The Private House Company.