Scandinavian Living Room – The Scandinavian aesthetic can be applied to many different spaces. Its love of simplicity, natural elements, and functionality is especially ideal for a living room. Take a glimpse inside some lovely, organized and comfortable living rooms that their inspiration from Scandinavian design and get inspiration for yourself.
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Scandinavian styling works particularly well with gorgeous wood flooring, whether new or vintage.
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You don’t need a ton of space to execute on these ideas. Complementary shades of teal and ultra smooth lines are perfect here.
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Here’s another way to use that trendy bright yellow color, giving this living room a mod feel.
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Use your sofa as a room divider in smaller, open space as seen here.
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If you don’t have gorgeous deep wood floors, consider painting them in whitewash for an artsy loft effect.
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Indoor plants are one of the best ways to bring nature inside and warm up a space. Do check out our list of 32 Beautiful Indoor House Plants That Are Also Easy To Maintain if you would like to try it at your home.
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Geometric patterns and wooden elements are a must in every Scandinavian interior design. This interior design style is a favorite amongst millennials and it is fairly easy to understand why. Sleek, simple and uncomplicated, just how we want our lives to be.
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This small space doesn’t have a lot of room to spare, but a few small pieces keep it cozy and comfortable.
19 | Visualizer: Denis Kraskikov
Chevron patterned flooring is one way to bring some creativity to hardwood.
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And don’t think you can’t experiment with color combinations if you’re tending towards Scandinavian design. Black, white, yellow, and bright teal might be a surprising set but they work together here.
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White painted brick gives this industrial loft a lot more warmth than a bare red option would.
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This white living room from IKEA might not be ideal for small children or Merlot, but it sure is gorgeous.
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Storage is always an issue when it comes to minimalist. Long low shelving is particularly popular.
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Tall shelving that displays your personality is another option.
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Or store your favorite stories directly inside your coffee table as well as a mid-century credenza.
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A single pop of pink (or whatever your favorite color is) can change the whole personality of a room.
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Classical elements like arched windows and crown molding can provide a cool contrast to minimalist furniture and other simple design elements.
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Dark colors like maroon and moss can still work as neutrals when done correctly.
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An accent chair in that same sunny yellow – or any other bright color – can serve to add a lot of interest to an otherwise neutral space.
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Different floor textures from multiple rugs adds both comfort and style in this loft.
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Natural wood against concrete is the epitome of warm industrial.
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And if bright sunny yellow is a little much for you, tone it down a bit.
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In an answer to chevron madness, this triangle pattern is just different enough.
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Mismatched furniture and a vintage rug are not strictly Scandinavian but the space is still quite cozy.
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More long low shelving keeps the eye moving horizontally.
39 | Designer: Till Könneker
This studio apartment with lofted bed is the ultimate in simplicity with bed, closet, entertainment center and storage all in one.
40 | Visualizer: Denis Krasikov
A touch of artistic whimsy can go a long way.
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Minimalism doesn’t have to feel over the top. This living room is particularly comfortable and kid-friendly.
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Take inspiration from different eras, like this mod and mid-century space that fits perfectly into contemporary spaces.
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Black and white stripes truly never go out of style. You don’t have to go as big as this room, but a throw pillow or blanket can be a good choice.
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Checked floors and whitewashed walls are a bit upscale dorm in this space.
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Here’s a yellow option that’s a more neon and therefore gives the space a trendy, youthful glow.
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Massive windows don’t offer much privacy but in the penthouse you don’t need it.
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And a final entry into the black, white and yellow category is this dreamy mustard colored sofa.
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