Less and less if you live by magic Scandi Style, you are likely to be surrounded by natural shades, your furniture echoes craftsmanship and nature, there is a mixture of aesthetic savvy with utility in your decorating choices and you can’t stand the clutter.
It’s the Scandi route – and it’s a timeless combination.
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But if you’re looking to start anew, open your space with a pale palette and add more natural elements like sheepskin, wood and earthy tones – or if you’re still working on your Scandi project, there’s always a way to add a new twist or update. Here’s how to shop this timeless trend …
1. Maintain Ceramic Vases, £ 28; Artificial leaves in white vase, £ 38, front
The pottery is just right, and the artisan pieces like these unique utensils contrast beautifully with the monochrome project.
2 Gaia Candlesticks in Blush, £ 36, Iamfy.co
With her shaped silhouette and soft, rounded edges, this beautiful Gaia Candle is very good to burn. But if you can’t resist hitting the match, she gives a beautiful shade.
3. Clarence Desk, £ 795 (other items by choice), Graham & Green
Even when you’re hitting the house and sorting your space, this handy desk crafted in a mango tree with industrial-inspired pipework is fully compatible with modern rustic decorations. Plus, there’s the added bonus of four roomy drawers to clear the mess.
4. Cozy Sheepskin Chair, £ 1,600 (other items of choice), White Company
Soft and luxurious, elegant and timeless, this curved accent chair is upholstered in curly sheepskin and wrapped in your favorite cable-knit sweater.
5. City Heaven Sideboard – Black £ 120, B&M
Simple and neutral, with plenty of natural elements to suit the Scandi beauty, this sideboard has attractive canopy doors and a storage capacity to help keep work surfaces sparse … except for your sculptural vase, of course.
6. 6 Cox and Cox Specled Dinner Plates Set, £ 128, front
This ceramic tableware, complete with blush pink lacquer, is inspired by the tradition of the Japanese wabi-sabi — the beauty of the imperfections, such as the cups used for tea ceremonies and the appreciation of their uneven surfaces — combined with scandi. The palette provides the perfect backdrop for gravydlax with mustard and dill sauce!
7. Round Sheepskin Seat Pad, from £ 32, Graham & Green
Ideal for spindle dining chairs or the occasional stool, we love these magnificent lamb seat pads in ivory, pink, wool and steel. Lux and ‘lagom’ (that’s Swedish for ‘right’).
8. Ineside table in black marble and black, £ 99 (£ 149; other items from the selection or part of the room set), cult
Even after you’ve done a clean sweep and gone to a minimum, you still need to introduce the allure material — this Art Deco-inspired side table with a black metal base and marble top. Styled with designer coffee table book and geometric candle holder, it keeps everything up to date.
9. Woodwick Smoked Walnut And Maple Candles with Pluswick: Medium Hourglass, £ 19.99 and Large Hourglass, £ 26.99, Woodwick
Along with the sound of a wood wick, dancing flames and cracking fire, these Woodwick candles burn tops with toasted sugar, toasted sugar, toasted vanilla, patchouli, and sandalwood with basic notes. Dear welcome to anyone who is chilling.
10. Mickey Kane Rocking Chair, £ 149, Dunellm
If you really want to shake off the Scandi look, this contemporary rocking chair inspired by the mid-century design is sure to be a big hit. Super stylish, its clean lines complement the cane seat, giving it a breathable, timeless look.
11. Malmo Ruffle White Double Bed Set, £ 115 (Other Items of Choice), Silver Mushroom
This ruffle-edge bed features a 200-thread-counted tumbled cotton that has a beautiful resting, comfortable feel, and works like a dream when crochet cushions and chunky knits are designed. Stoneware accessories vintage charm in soft gray and bleached wood furniture.