Scandinavian interior designs to inspire a minimal space

Scandinavian Design is all the rage these days, especially with the wave of minimalism that has spread through the millennial generation. But what exactly entails Scandinavian design?  Wikipedia defines it as ‘a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism, and functionality that emerged in the early 20th century, and which flourished in the 1950s, in the five Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.’ While this may be the beginning of the design period, this design philosophy is now a part of our cultural framework and these interior designs will inspire you to add a bit of their minimal touch to your home!

Urban House by Urban Properties 

Minimal Desk setup by  Hayley Kessner

Copenhagen Apartment inspiration with all that black and white and fine little tiles by Emil Dervish 

Ikea Stockholm leather sofa styled by Scandinavian Homes

Black and white inspired hall by Scandinavian Homes for Alexander Nilsson Svensk Fast Vasastan 

A small yet beautiful space by Viktoria Dahlberg of North Fifth and Sunny 

Upplandsgatan by För Anna Johansson Fastighetsbyrån Stockholm styled by Scandinavian Homes

Black windowpane style glass + rug combo in this bathroom by Brepurposed 

Natural light and natural textures dominate the Kismet House Collection by Erin Conway

Scandi Reading Corner by Marzena Marideko 

Luxurious Bedroom interior styling by oh eight.oh nine 

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