Since its inception in the early 20th century, Scandinavian style has been defined by minimalism and functionalty. Incorporating natural materials and tones, light woods, organic fibres such a wool, jute and linen, earthy vessels and house plants.
- Clean, functional and simple
- Warm, bright and earthy
- Natural and organic materials and colours
- Greenery and wood accents
Common Materials: Light Woods (Ash, Beech, Pine), Leather, Wicker