HOW TO DESIGN A SCANDI STYLE KIDS ROOM TO FALL IN LOVE WITH
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C O R O N A
Am I only dreaming?
Time flies and its still here.
Changing my priorities,
Learning the qualities of our home,
Understanding the importance and benefits of a space that works well.
For those of you who want to re-organize their kids room,
I have gathered some tips for designing a Scandinavian styled kid's room.
If you already got to know my taste, you probably know that I just love the
combination between warm, natural and playful.
What is Scandinavian Design?
The Scandinavian design language is simple, functional and warm. It mixes whites, neutral colors, and natural materials.
Simple lines are combined with a clean and fresh aesthetic to create cozy and lighted interiors.
"8 Beautiful and Totally Workable Color Palettes for Your Kids Room" By Catherine Lazure | Nordic Design
6 Elements Of Scandinavian Design
- Natural textures - such as wood flooring, white painted brick wall.
- Simple, clean lines - creating a minimalist and clean aesthetics in furniture.
- Bringing nature indoors -
Plants bring an additional earthy, organic element while adding a bit of color
to its neutral color palette.
Photo By Agata.Kumk
Once you’ve got the foundation elements of your Scandinavian design style in
place, it’s time to add a final touch. Since this style is very minimalist,
accessories and decor should be simple and functional.
Here are a few easy ideas to get you started:
Warm and cozy textiles
Textured pieces such as wool and a vegan sheepskin throws and blankets,
pillows and fur dolls adds warmth and a quality of coziness to your kid's room.
Try popular color trends such as shades of grey, or muted hues like pale pinks
and purples, and natural textures such as cotton, burlap or jute.
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Storage as decor
A central element of Scandinavian design is its functionality. You’ll easily
find that perfectly designed storage pieces, such as shelves, baskets and
boxes that can easily double as pieces of stylish decor.
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I like thinking of warm, natural and playful as guidelines that help us create beautiful and functional spaces for our loved ones. In this blog I wrote about the warm and natural elements. as for Playfulness, well you'll have to wait for our next blog.... :)
Scandinavian writer and Artist Tove Jansson Sagor från Mumindalen - Bonnier Carlsen | Moomin.com | ToveJansson
I hope these tips are helpful and most important - I hope you enjoy creating a beautiful room that your child and you will love to be in!
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