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HOW TO ACHIEVE A MINIMAL SCANDINAVIAN LOOK IN INTERIORS

Keep surfaces & floor spaces clear as possible

In today’s market where square feet area in residence is a big constrain, Keeping the floor space & horizontal surfaces like table tops, counter tops etc as clear as possible will allow more light to spread through each room make the room feel spacious.

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Paint it White

Major surface areas like walls flooring Ceiling can be painted white.
Painting the whole space in same colour will again add on to the visual space & can be soothing to the eyes.
Stick to neutral colour tones. Pop if colour is common in Scandinavian theme but it is better left to accessories or furnishings.

Make sure all items have a purpose or Sentimental Value

De-cluttering is the key, Less is More it all applies to Scandinavian, Poses as less items as possible which have a purpose & significant use in your day to day lives or is really close to your heart.

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Accessorize with lights and plants

These are both useful items, Lighting is very underestimated design aspect. Good lighting can transform a room & it has a very positive impact on our moods.

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Use textures & colours in the fabric to stop making the house look clinical

As said before the main colour theme of Scandinavian is white & neutral if it is not balanced out with different textures & colours it starts looking very clinical. Materials & Fabrics are the easiest & cheapest way to add cosiness to the room. Rugs throws, cushions, curtains instantly add liveliness to the space.

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