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Scandinavian Style / Scandinavian Furniture

Welcome to the Scandinavian Decorating Style, where you will discover an exquisite range of quality tables, chairs, furniture and decorating accessories to create a unique Scandinavian look
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Paloma Mirror

Our Price $369.00
RRP $445

Freja Retro 3 Drawer Bedside Table

Our Price $269.00
RRP $370
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Nordic Writing Desk

Our Price $1,815.00

Floyd Coffee Table Walnut

Our Price $295.00
RRP $585
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Arctic Bedside Table

Our Price $880.00

Calgary Arm Chair Grey

Our Price $909.00
RRP $1255

Copper Metal Top Side Table

Our Price $249.00
RRP $345

Hemer Round Side Table White

Our Price $189.00
RRP $255

Oakland Dining Table 120cm Extension

Our Price $829.00
RRP $1150

Round White/Natural Coffee Table

Our Price $649.00
RRP $865

Vale Console Table

Our Price $669.00
RRP $1075

Adeline Dining Carver

Our Price $349.00
RRP $485

Antique White Metal Top Side Table

Our Price $249.00
RRP $345

Apollo Concrete Bar Stool

Our Price $295.00
RRP $410

The latest trend in decorating is the Scandinavian or Scandi style as it is popularly described. It is a design movement that emerged in the 1950’s based on the principles of clean minimalism, simplicity and functionality with affordability over the excesses of luxury being its priority.

Scandinavian Style / Scandinavian Furniture Questions And Answers

What is Scandinavian interior design?

Scandinavian interior design is very often characterized by Mid-century designers such as Wegner, Aalto and Jacobsen who produced furniture and lighting that remain timeless and relevant to today’s fuss free living. The main difference between Mid-century design and Scandinavian style is that the former explores darker tones whereas Scandi style aims to maximise lightness. The hallmarks are natural materials, such as pressed wood plastics, anodized or enamelled, pale colours and slimline, leggy furniture. Floorboards showcasing rugs, rather than wall to wall carpet are an important feature, with walls and ceilings painted white or cool grey or often clad to add texture and warmth. Colourful geo textiles from pastel to bolder hues provide accent whilst accessories should be few and relevant.

To create the essence of Scandinavian Style ensure that there is balance and restraint, keeping lines clean in both furniture and architecture. There is no room for clutter as the Scandinavian style is all about liveability.

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