The Scandinavian or Nordic decorative style is characteristic of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark. It is a style born in the early twentieth century and remains until today with some variations.
This decorative style takes on the characteristics that printed materials from the area, regional crafts and the landscape of these areas.
This area was conducive to the development of the design industry that gave birth to renowned architects and designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Verner Panton, Alvar Aalto, among others.
The Scandinavian-style interior designer Carlo is attributed to Larsson. This style combines the neutral colors of regional landscapes with a slightly aged appearance.
Scandinavian Interior Features:
The architecture and interior design of these countries is determined by climate and geographical location.
The poor natural light and long winters force the interiors are spacious and bright, so you must prioritize the use of natural light. For this reason, the dominant color is white, followed by light shades to illuminate the various rooms. This also affects the use of the materials must also be light colored, light-colored wood. Permitted details of vibrant colors like red, light blue to give details that stand out from the rest of the decor.