Elle Decor

By via www.elledecor.com
Photographed by Frida Ramstedt

The Scandinavian style that perfectly balances form with function is the hallmark of Nordic design. With their clean, sophisticated and expansive approach to creating spaces, these next ideas for the year ahead will definitely inspire!


Photo by Anna Tictail

Watch this spot. Storage as design is showing up in so many Nordic interior magazines, "My absolute favorite Scandinavian decor trend is taking what would normally be a boring storage piece, and making it a design focal point in your home," says Anna Decilveo, merchandiser at Swedish-founded company Tictail. 

Photo by Alexander White

Elle Decor says, "We're seeing a major transition to worn leather pieces in Nordic interiors, like these leather-backed wooden chairs in Swedish stylist Lotta Agaton's home at La Maison d'Anna G. They're rustic without looking too antique — and look great with a sheepskin blanket tossed over their back. We're thinking this might be a Swedish play on the current American mid-century modernobsession."


Photo by An Magritt

"Blogger An Magritt used tape (black, of course) to hang up this poster in her kitchen."

Photo by Niki Brantmark

"Author of Lagom: Not Too Little, Not Too Much: The Swedish Art of Living a Balanced Happy Life, released on October 3, Niki Brantmark (also the brains behind My Scandinavian Home) knows a thing or two about balance." 


Photo by Alvhem

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modern, livingroom, white, designer, architecture, nordic design, 2018 trends, interior design, monochrome, scandinavian design