The basis for Scandinavian style in theory is simple, but it’s more difficult in practice. The space must enjoy a good supply of natural light, and the interior design must be the height of chic without leading the home to lose that special touch of coziness that makes a home a home, usually done in neutral tones of white and gray, but with slight and strategically-placed touches of color to add a bit of liveliness to the space.
The windows are wide open and clear, the light that flows in unobstructed by curtains or blinds, and the floor is done in a light-colored wood that easily reflects much of this light, as do the white walls, to create a general atmosphere of luminosity. The lines in the furnishings are a perfect mixture of angular chic and downy curves, with just enough accessories to make clear that this home is inhabited, but without overburdening the senses. Additionally, the inclusion of potted plants throughout the space serve to add a touch of organic spirit to the interior.