The influence of the Scandinavian style can be seen in any design element - from fine art to architecture, from furniture to home decor. Today you will see 10 stunning apartments that demonstrate the diversity and versatility of Scandinavian interiors. Some of them offer well-known from Ikea magazines solutions - classic white color and wooden furniture. In other Scandinavian style is seen not so one-sided - here you can meet bright colorful motifs.
The main advantage of the Scandinavian style is that almost any person can use some of his classical methods when designing his own house. We are sure that by looking through our collection you will get inspiration that will help make your home amazing and unique. A Scandinavian-style apartment is a dream that can very easily be realized.
The design concept of the apartment, presented as the first example in our selection, was developed by architects Anna and Eugenio Bach. The main bet here is made on the importance of light in the Scandinavian interior. Designers managed to find at least one striking modernist solution. This is an amazing ceiling that "weaves a story" between bright light and shadow.
During the restoration of the room, it was possible to remove and restore the old floor tile. Subsequently, it was used to create dividing lines, which gave an excellent effect.
Thanks to its white surfaces and wood trim, this kitchen is essentially the epitome of the foundations of Scandinavian design.
The next room is a little more colorful. Bright colors have always been valued in this style, as they help to cope with depression and despondency during the long Scandinavian winters. Therefore, when making the interior, it makes sense to use bright colors as much as possible - they increase the vitality and dynamism of space.
Properly organizing storage spaces is one of the primary tasks of Scandinavian-style interior designers. These built-in shelves look especially natural here.
This apartment is an excellent illustration of the fact that not everyone in the Scandinavian interior must come from Scandinavia. For example, here is a mirror from the French designer Jacques Adnet (Jacques Adnet), and the extreme right chair is from Fabio Bortolani (Fabio Bortolani).
Decorating the room remains quite simple.
Behind the classic storage spaces, there is a beautifully decorated wall, decorated with huge newspaper clippings.
The kitchen looks spectacular, but at the same time homely. Spice jars and plates on open shelves give the room its character, its individuality.
Red and black are the final touches of the overall color theme of this kitchen. A similar print on the rug is quite typical for Scandinavian interiors.
The following interior is a demonstration of the use of wooden elements in Scandinavian design. The muted shades of the light-colored floor make it possible to stand out for a bold, but at the same time soothing gray, which is further enhanced by colorful accents placed in carefully chosen places.
Here you can easily see some wooden elements used in this living room - the legs of the side table and the side wall of a small cabinet in the background.
Is it time to play? Chess on the table is a favorite reception for designers from the Bauhaus school. Each shape has an acceptable range of motion, which is an excellent example of design functionality.
This easy chair is the epitome of "hygge" - a Scandinavian word that translates as "cozy."
Such a lively composition! Wooden dining chairs, which are considered classics around the world, are side by side with the molded plastic Ames chairs, which also won their place in the world of design practice.
Swedish designer Mattias Ståhlbom created a colorful series of pendant lights. Notice how the electrical wires harmonize in color with the frame of the pictures in the background.
Although many people associate Scandinavian style with minimalism, these two concepts are not always synonymous. It is always nice to surround yourself with items that you love.
Yellow and blue accents in this room create an exceptionally sunny and natural atmosphere.Classic furniture creates a feeling of simplicity, and a bright geometric pattern on the carpet creates a modernist effect. The used decor gives the room its charisma.
All this taken together makes you feel at home in this room.
So many beautiful plants! A house full of blooming greenery will always raise your spirits, and even more so the harsh Scandinavian winter.
Taxidermy does not always fit well into modern interiors, but the hunting traditions of the north can be brought to mind. An example of an updated approach is this wonderful volumetric deer head.
Colorful pendant lights made of ceramic and fine mesh (Pot-Purri line from 3 Dots Collective) seem to defy gravity.
Placing greenery in several tiers allows you to save some space, which is important from an aesthetic point of view.
Bright, white - this classic bedroom seems simple, but with complete individuality, and the gray textile elements present here reinforce this sensation.
Funny drawings of animals harmoniously side by side with a home mini-dresser on a uniquely shaped racking system.
Above each of the two bedside tables hangs on an additional ceramic luminaire. Their bright orange cords match the color of one of the cabinets.
Designers did not strive to copy one of the variants of the Scandinavian interior advertised in magazines. Maybe that's why the room looks amazing - there is the smell of pine and the breath of a light spring breeze. A transparent glass coffee table looks like a piece of ice, but overall, the furniture is quite as cozy as possible.
The rich texture attracts you to wrap yourself in a blanket and enjoy a pleasant conversation.
Vintage drawers and armature-made shelves represent an alternative to the classic storage spaces that we are all used to seeing. There is always room for several styles.
White brick walls and heavy wooden furniture provide good contrast with the minimalist surfaces realized on the right side.
Looking out the window, you will see a palm tree and the coast of the sea. This is another confirmation that the Scandinavian style in the interior of apartments is popular all over the world!
This interior, starting with a dramatic portrait of John Lennon, uses a classic approach, well known to fans of Scandinavian style. Such elegant and at the same time minimalist interiors never seem too cold, which is facilitated by the presence of wooden elements and layered textiles.
Unpainted brick can work wonders - it serves as a battery of thermal energy, which means it will be warm in your room.
The Flag Halyard chair by Hans Wegner (Hans Wegner) is perhaps one of the most famous in the Scandinavian style. Thrown over the skin is a mandatory element of this piece of furniture - it softens the touch of the body to the metal and rope.
A wall of chipped, cracked gray cinder block adds new interesting touches to an already stunning interior.
These stylish, removable covers for dining chairs make it possible to keep the seats clean all year round.
The zebra painted on the wall and unusual geometric pendant lamps bring something unique and aesthetically appealing to the interior.
This space is very different from the "sterile" snow-white interiors advertised in magazines. Full of energy and color at every step emphasizes the individuality of its inhabitants.
Marine themes prevail here - images of anchors and various sea creatures everywhere. Wooden furniture due to its raw surfaces resembles driftwood.
Wooden furniture is present in almost every Scandinavian-style apartment. On the left is the iconic Ames chair.
The lamp on the bracket on the left is the work of designer Paolo Rizzatto.
Here is an excellent illustration of an interesting choice of marine decor that brings life to this living room.
Bold and bright! The kitchen is filled with the blue of the ocean, which is reflected in the glossy surfaces of dishes and home appliances everywhere.
It is simply impossible not to invite friends to such a wonderful kitchen for spending time together.
Pale blue, adjacent to golden yellow, creates a special aesthetic in this bedroom. It’s worth waking up for this!
Acapulco's classic armchair is very popular both in Scandinavia and in other parts of the world. A small table nearby was created by a very talented designer from Denmark, Thomas Bentzen.
Wherever you live, a house without love is not a house. The posters within the frames that are neatly above the bed remind us of this.
This bedroom is also a good example of the effective use of framed engravings over the bed to compensate for the uncentered position of the latter.
The nesting box placed here is simply charming.
In fact, this nesting box is not just a decorative element, but a comfortable lamp for lighting the desktop. Next to the table is a cozy niche for reading.
As always, storage space is crucial.
This ultra-modern bathroom is dominated by geometric themes.
Wooden elements, indoor plants in pots, and several accessories from decorative ceramics create a hint of color.
Two-color walls will repeat shades of gray on the floor tile.
The main accent color in this apartment with open plan is pale blue. In addition, there are blotches of green in the form of indoor plants, attracting attention to light sources.
Eclectic furniture - from a low horizontal cabinet to a wooden hanging lamp - acquires a definite meaning in the Scandinavian interior.
Of course, bright flowers also help to liven up the space.
The abundance of textiles provides the sensation of warmth necessary to survive the long winter.
The combination of black and white is not quite typical for Scandinavian houses, but, you see, it works well here.
Traditional kitchenware always brings a bit of personality to the interior.
The unique table placed on the right with the shadow effect is the work of Ukrainian designer Dmitry Kozinenko (Dmitry Kozinenko).
Wood, multi-layered textiles and plenty of sunlight ... - the bedroom returns to the quintessence of Scandinavian aesthetics.
Have you ever wondered what the interior looks like when Bauhaus meets Scandinavian style? Now you have the answer to this question - it is a simple and at the same time elegant house, in which you can notice a slight hint of a rough industrial style. The color accents here are thin and diverse, but tend to shift towards blue and yellow shades.
Smeg refrigerators can often be found in Scandinavian interiors. They fit so well into the aesthetics of the Scandinavian style that you can easily forget that they were created in Italy.
The amazing variety of chairs that are located in this dining area is a reflection of the variety of styles used to decorate the room.
Old kitchen apron tiles and natural wood countertops balance minimalist white surfaces. Pendant lamp "Rock" was created by the Italian company Foscarini in collaboration with the fashion brand Diesel.
The concept of this beautiful home was developed and visualized by the staff of N-Gon Archviz for the project "Hut in the Forest". The furniture available here (both classic Scandinavian and modern models), as well as a large number of interesting and unique décor can keep the visitor in a state of enchantment for several days.
The visualization of a Scandinavian home at night can be seen infrequently. In fact, it is strange, because the farther to the north, the shorter the daylight hours, which means it is more than relevant for Scandinavian interiors. Night visualization offers an excellent opportunity to appreciate the true power of indoor lighting.
Pendant lights from Coco Flip Studio cast light on a wooden table in the dining area. Pay attention to the flat imitation of the moose's head on the left - it is flawless!