Scandinavian style as a direction in interior design appeared in the late 50s in the Nordic countries. The main features of the Scandinavian style are simplicity, conciseness and functionality.
The success of Scandinavian interior design is due to the unique combination of environmental friendliness of natural textures with the purity of ascetic space. The beauty and charm of the style is borrowed from the Scandinavian nature, its climate features.
In response to long winters and a small amount of sunshine, Scandinavian designers began to design light, bright interiors with open rational spaces.
This concept of a cozy, but at the same time quite modest design, living space has become relevant for our latitudes. The versatility, ease, pragmatism of the Scandinavian style also attracts with its accessibility in terms of the form of furniture, decoration materials and decor.
Comfortable, discreet and at the same time spacious and uncrowded, this style fits perfectly both in large mansions and in small apartments.
The interior in the Scandinavian style is thoughtful, practical, quite minimalistic, it adapts to its owners. This style is interesting for its simple solutions that allow you to properly construct a space while not cluttering it.
The aesthetics of the Scandinavian interior will suit those who appreciate the warmth and comfort of home furnishings, the immediacy and practicality of forms and elements. Scandinavian design is a special atmosphere of lightness, light and serenity.
P.S. Photos of interiors are taken from the Internet.