Scandinavian Interior Design Conde Nast House And Garden

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Scandinavian Interior Design Conde Nast House And Garden

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“I love the Scandinavian minimal look – partly because my studio apartment in New York City is so small that I need clean lines in my design to make it feel layered but not cluttered,” says Gabrielle Savoie, design blogger at Savvy Home and MyDomaine editor.

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The 1950’s design movement, Scandinavian style, is originally from the Nordic regions and its elements are focused on simplicity and functionality. Designs include clean lines and simple silhouettes. Add a beautiful, elegant piece of furniture, like this Capri chair from @home or a rug of a soft colour and hue to spruce up your room of choice.

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We asked Savoie to recommend some of her favorite Scandinavian furniture finds.

Modern industrial décor took the industry by storm and has evolved beautifully over the years. The style is characterised by the fusion of rough raw construction pieces balanced with modern lines, curves and soft hues. It is achievable by decorating a raw space with interesting art pieces, smooth porcelain surfaces like this Vogue White tub from CTM and seamless modern designs and lines.

By Amy Saunders | March 23, 2018March 23, 2018 | Category Innovators

Ether sofa ( ), left. Hewitt velvet sofa in gray ( Image: Jonathan Adler; AllModern

The psychotropic trend is defined by vibrant palettes; vivid tropical patterns and digitised prints; lush, botanical themes which take on a heightened, near-synthetic form and motifs with a hallucinogenic quality. 

Digital Print   Harkening to the psychotropical trend is the digital print trend inspired by Camille Walala. This is a powerfully positive trend that reflects bright colours in a tribal pop style exuding boundless energy. 

There’s something about Scandinavian interior design that sings in small spaces. The style’s signature clean lines, soft colors, functional furnishings and simple silhouettes can inject warmth and light into a cramped living area and create the illusion of additional square footage.

This emerging trend emanates from the psychedelic movement while evolving into a digital modernity that touches on the natural. In this digitised world, nature will branch out to include virtual reality wonderlands with the digital now moving into the physical, creating a “phygital” design. 

The finest lifestyle, design and decor trends pulsating across the globe have been identified by the Decorex SA team into the 2018 #rhythmoflife trends.   “There are some truly beautiful trends coming through that we are really excited to share at the upcoming Decorex shows,” explained Anita Bloom, creative director: Lifestyle, Design & Retail Portfolio for Decorex SA. 

“Each one has been influenced by the push and pull of modern life, the tension created by the give and take of work and play as well as the constant movement between our public image and private self. These ever-changing layers work to identify who we are in the world but it’s vital that we create our special, individual space as a way to harmonise all this information.”   Hygge and Lagom   Scandinavian influence is extending its comforting reach across the globe. Combining modernist form with function, each decor item is simply made using only quality materials. These pieces are built to last. And the two dominating forces emerging are hygge (pronounced ‘hoo-gah’) and lagom which both complement and contrast each other simultaneously. 

By Amy Saunders | February 6, 2018February 16, 2018 | Category Home, Interiors

Elevated Organics  Here, modern pieces are connected with the outside through organically tactile, luxurious materials. Inspired by nature, this trend incorporates neutral tones with flowing lines interspersed by realistically rough textures that bring the items to life.

Seamless, innovative and modern, Scandinavian inspired interior design pieces work wonders in small spaces

Freshening up the look of your home should not have to be an expensive and drawn out process. A new art piece, a lusciously fresh coat of paint or an elegant addition to your furnishings, no matter how small, can make a world of difference to your surroundings. Herewith, we share with you three easy and simple décor styles to choose from to add a new look to your home.

“When I was decorating my own space, I started looking for budget alternatives to Scandinavian design classics to furnish my space without spending a ton,” she said. Here are her top three picks.

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PK22 Easy Chair ( ), left. Black woven leather chair ( ). Image: SUITE NY; CB2

Youthful and modern meets raw, woody and country has become increasingly trendy. Part of the Modern Country charm is the combination of dark tumultuous colours and warm cherry wood blended with raw country feel and modern pieces. Bring this feel into your home by adding brass finishes like this coffee table from @home or art pieces. You could also restore your dresser with a fresh lick of paint.

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