Scandinavian Interior Design relies on purity, functionality and minimalism. The term emerged in the 1950s to describe design from the Scandinavian countries Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland. As a result, if you decorate your home using elements from this style, you will virtually travel to Northern Europe all the time. The loft below was realised by Russian designer Denis Krasikov and it features warm wide interiors, painted in light tones of grey and turquoise, and garnished with chic, contemporary ornaments. Flooded by natural light, the living room invites the inhabitants to relax on a comfy white sofa, reading, chatting or watching TV. To add dynamism, the designer opted for geometric patterns – on curtains, carpet and tapestry – so that interior becomes lively and energetic. Despite of the relatively small area, a working place was discreetly installed near the window: a classic desk that makes the living room feel elegant and dignified.
The idea that beautiful and functional everyday objects should not only be affordable to the wealthy, but to all, is a core theme in the Scandinavian interior design.
My favourite spot in the house!