The Scandinavian interior look all came about in response to the Northern Light that the Northern European countries experience throughout much of the year in winter, when long hours of darkness ensue. This post is about creating a Scandinavian mood – how to get the look with the Carmo sofa by BoConcept in your home.
The Scandi look has evolved over the years to reflect as much light and comfort as possible back into a room despite the climate outside. The beauty of the style is that it looks just as timeless and stylish in the southern hemisphere climates as it does in the north. The Danes are experts at creating a homely cosy, yet minimal feel, which is at the core of the Scandi interior look.
Go back to nature with gorgeous neutral tones, honest materials and touchable textures. Using materials such as felt and wood, introduce a simplicity and sense of warmth important for any time of year. Here we list all the items, so you can get the look in your home.
- Cophenhagen wall system >> click here – shown here in matt white lacquered/oak veneer.
- Berlin table lamp >> click here – shown in charcoal grey with light grey chintz shade
- Velvet cushion >> click here – pale pink
- Coffee Arabica artwork on paper >> click here
- Carmo lounging unit with resting unit >> click here – available in a range of fabrics and leathers. Shown here in light grey Lux Felt fabric.
- Bornholm coffee table >> click here – oak veneeerr/oak
- Monika rug >> click here – shown in beige
- Wire stool >> click here – shown in black metal
Discover the entire range at BoConcept by visiting http://www.boconcept.com/en-au/furniture or visit one of their designer furniture stores in Sydney located at Moore Park or Crows Nest. Open 7 days a week, they also have an experienced interior design team on hand to help with all your furniture or design needs.