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Scandinavian style has always proved extremely popular in the world of interior design, and now the latest incarnation Modern Scandi is settling into a key trend for the A/W season. The trademark features are still there, white expanses, natural textures and simple styling, but now there are welcome pops of colour and a stronger influence from patterns. This refreshing new take on a traditionally timeless interior style is a must try for every home space.

Simple to achieve yet brilliantly effective at restyling your interior, the Scandinavian look is ideal for bringing a light airy feel to your home. The modern touches bring a cosy yet cool feeling and use a wider colour palette and a mixture of both pattern and texture to add a depth to the scheme. A great place to start is in the where a calm and relaxing interior style will help you to unwind and have a great night’s sleep after a long busy day. Keep walls white and choose to use colour in only one way, either with a bold design or curtain style, you can keep it white throughout but add subtle creams to create warmth and keep it from being too clinical.

Geometric prints and Scandi yellow tones

Exploring the Scandi Inspired Trend

will benefit from a Modern Scandi makeover too, add natural textures such as wood finishes where possible and keep design features modern. A great way to bring this traditional look into the future is to add a touch of nature – try some fresh flowers, keep the colour combinations simple, greens work especially well with white and dark woods shades. Yellow is a great colour to use this A/W season in the home and adding a splash of this sunny shade will not only warm a white space but works as a great complement to an otherwise plain setting. Combine with texture to add warmth to this typically cool trend, layered throws and cushions in yellows will sit brilliantly against a white backdrop.

Add this signature style to your dining table too, look for iconic designs from Marimekko which are sure to add colour and panache to any setting. There has also been a great influx of newer Scandinavian brands emerging into the home design market, Pols Potten are a great example and their funky glassware will be sure to impress all who drink from them. Chunky knits and tribal patterns are also ideal for bringing this look into the new season, this goes for both your interior and your wardrobe. Day Birger Et Mikkelsen is the go-to-brand to get this trend spot on both in the fashion sense and home styling. Their coveted fashion line sees a clever combination of colours for A/W including mauve and oranges. Combining different textures and patterns in a more neural palette is also seen in their latest must have wears, translate this to the home with a combination of their luxury throws for instant home style kudos.

Warm shades of brown and simple finishing touches will complete this trend. Use decorative accessories in natural materials such as wooden candlesticks or bamboo pieces to add the integral personal feel to any space. Perfect for the new season the Mondern Scandi trend will refresh and warm your home just in time for those chilly evenings ahead.

Jane has over five years of experience writing about interiors and the design industry. Favouring emerging designers and new talent, she loves interviewing people for The LuxPad. She has a penchant for Scandi & Industrial interior styles and loves leopard print.

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Exploring the Scandi Inspired Trend

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Exploring the Scandi Inspired Trend

Exploring the Scandi Inspired Trend

Scandinavian style has always proved extremely popular in the world of interior design, and now the latest incarnation Modern Scandi is settling into a key trend for the A/W season. The trademark features are still there, white expanses, natural textures and simple styling, but now there are welcome pops of colour and a stronger influence from patterns. This refreshing new take on a traditionally timeless interior style is a must try for every home space.

Simple to achieve yet brilliantly effective at restyling your interior, the Scandinavian look is ideal for bringing a light airy feel to your home. The modern touches bring a cosy yet cool feeling and use a wider colour palette and a mixture of both pattern and texture to add a depth to the scheme. A great place to start is in the where a calm and relaxing interior style will help you to unwind and have a great night’s sleep after a long busy day. Keep walls white and choose to use colour in only one way, either with a bold design or curtain style, you can keep it white throughout but add subtle creams to create warmth and keep it from being too clinical.

Geometric prints and Scandi yellow tones

will benefit from a Modern Scandi makeover too, add natural textures such as wood finishes where possible and keep design features modern. A great way to bring this traditional look into the future is to add a touch of nature – try some fresh flowers, keep the colour combinations simple, greens work especially well with white and dark woods shades. Yellow is a great colour to use this A/W season in the home and adding a splash of this sunny shade will not only warm a white space but works as a great complement to an otherwise plain setting. Combine with texture to add warmth to this typically cool trend, layered throws and cushions in yellows will sit brilliantly against a white backdrop.

Add this signature style to your dining table too, look for iconic designs from Marimekko which are sure to add colour and panache to any setting. There has also been a great influx of newer Scandinavian brands emerging into the home design market, Pols Potten are a great example and their funky glassware will be sure to impress all who drink from them. Chunky knits and tribal patterns are also ideal for bringing this look into the new season, this goes for both your interior and your wardrobe. Day Birger Et Mikkelsen is the go-to-brand to get this trend spot on both in the fashion sense and home styling. Their coveted fashion line sees a clever combination of colours for A/W including mauve and oranges. Combining different textures and patterns in a more neural palette is also seen in their latest must have wears, translate this to the home with a combination of their luxury throws for instant home style kudos.

Exploring the Scandi Inspired Trend

Warm shades of brown and simple finishing touches will complete this trend. Use decorative accessories in natural materials such as wooden candlesticks or bamboo pieces to add the integral personal feel to any space. Perfect for the new season the Mondern Scandi trend will refresh and warm your home just in time for those chilly evenings ahead.

Jane has over five years of experience writing about interiors and the design industry. Favouring emerging designers and new talent, she loves interviewing people for The LuxPad. She has a penchant for Scandi & Industrial interior styles and loves leopard print.

© Amara - The LuxPad • | The Home of Luxury Home Fashion

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