Scandinavian design is becoming one of the most sought-after interior design styles in the industry mostly due to its minimalist characteristics and use of warm and neutral tones. Now, Paris Design Agenda will display eight Scandinavian living room ideas that are perfect for Parisian apartments.
Geometric patterns and wooden elements are a must in every Scandinavian interior design. This interior design style is a favorite amongst millennials and it is fairly easy to understand why. Sleek, simple and uncomplicated, just how we want our lives to be.
An important piece of every living room design is the lighting. Stanley floor lamp by DelightFULL fits right in with the Scandinavian style and it will surely make your living room feel cozier and more inviting.
Scandinavian and mid-century modern styles are usually associated with the mandatory presence of a sideboard or a credenza in the living area. This custom white sideboard by Essential Home would be the right fit for your Scandinavian living room!
Mix Scandinavian interior design with other styles. In this case, the faux bricked wall gives the room a more industrial look, creating the perfect balance between the coziness associated with Scandinavian style and the roughness of an industrial loft, for example.
Scandinavian interior design doesn’t have to be necessarily white and gray, and this living room design comes to prove just that. The dark blue pillows and side table go amazingly well with the geometrical painting on the wall and the result is a unique Scandinavian style interior!
Plants can be a vital part of your Scandinavian living room. They bring a pop of color to an otherwise white and gray living room, and they make everything feel brighter!
Light wooden legs, lots of white and gray. This design checks every box of the Scandinavian furniture checklist. The black & white vibe will always be a classic.
This small Scandinavian living room makes great use of patterned pillows and that fuzzy blanket on top of the seemingly normal chair, transforming it into an accent chair that we’d love to have in our own homes!