More than any other space in our houses, our room is the sanctuary where we rest and breathe sighs of relief, which is why we’re showing you the best ways to decorate your bedroom with the stunning Scandinavian design we all love and cherish! CovetED brings you the trend, how to style it and key pieces you NEED to steal this look.
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Scandinavian design is known for its lack of clutter, for the tranquillity and peace and what better room in your home to add it to than your bedroom?
A white bedroom colour scheme with touches of raw wood and a beige rug could be the perfect choice for this particular style. Nordic style is known for its neutrals and cold colours mixed with natural elements and a lot of natural light, so why not bring this into your bedroom to elevate your decor?
Fairy lights hanging from the ceiling is still very much a trend, especially when it comes to this particular style. A simple comfortable bed, side table and some lighting pieces are the basics you need for the perfect bedroom.
Copper and wood are the perfect materials to keep in mind when decorating your bedroom. Take them to your side tables and lighting pieces for a bigger effect.
Add some polished brass and a fluffy rug for more elegance and refinement. It’s sure to complement the Scandinavian bedroom decor in the best way. Gray, black and white never looked so good together. Pop in some plants, dark walnut wood, fluffy blankets and pillows contrasting with white sheets and a grey rug, and you’ve got yourself the bedroom of your dreams.
Pastels go amazing with Scandinavian design. Light blues and light pinks are the perfect combinations with the neutrals of the Nordic style. A patterned rug or patterned sheets and pillows can really elevate your Scandinavian bedroom decor.
There is nothing like a cosy bedroom with a touch of nature through the use of plants to freshen up space and some wooden shelves for extra storage and extra style.
Light pink with light wood can be your best friend when decorating with Scandinavian style. Scandinavian style can really bring rustic to a whole other level. Raw wooden elements mixed with modern patterns are the best choice for you. Think of the perfect colour scheme for you and work with it when thinking of the right furniture for your Scandinavian bedroom.
Your bedroom is your safe haven, your place of tranquillity. If you’re looking to decorate with the Scandinavian style, we hope we were able to inspire you with these bedroom design ideas!
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Staying true to the mid-century modern style, Marco armchair brings an uncommon round shape with curvy and comfortable arms. With a very natural and sleek look, as comfortable as it can get, this accent chair stays true to its origins.
Inspired by the seductive movements of the iconic movie star Marilyn Monroe, this crescent accent chair is an elegant and retro-chic piece of furniture inspired in the 60’s design legacy. It is fully upholstered in velvet and has a brushed bronze brass trim on the base. An enchanting piece ﬁt for glamorous interiors.
We all know coffee is synonymous with cultural heritage and the Persia mirror seeks to provide a link between the past and the present. A stylish piece that adds class to any room, Persia’s hexagonal frame is made from either oak or mahogany wood. The wood can be lacquered in white, black, silver or gold.
Conceived and designed for every modern design aficionado, the Sugar rug is about to bring a sweetened essence to the centre of your home decor. Simple yet conceptual, the Sugar rug is made from botanic silk and, due to its neutral nature, has a very singular capability to fit into any interior design style. The irresistible minimal design touch you’ve been looking for is here.
Florence Center Table features a custom Estremoz marble tabletop. The white velvet upholstered body creates a rich contrast with the brushed brass base, enhancing the juxtaposition of the two vibrant materials. Only 50 cm high, Florence is the perfect centre table to use in modern houses.
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