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<<SCANDINAVIAN ELEMENT>>

A Natural State…

It’s all about stylishly incorporating raw textures and materials into a living space. Imagine dining on a rough wooden tabletop, storing everyday staples in woven straw baskets, stepping on a cozy faux fur rug and growing your plants in unrefined yet extremely artisan looking ceramic vases.

The Clean & The Structured …

Scandinavian homes often have a minimalistic aesthetic. You would always spot a simple black and white text print artwork, a sculpture that has a structured silhouette, and plants (I love the idea of using plain nature to embellish the home).

 Neutral Palette …

 Step 1) ‘Paint’ the home with earth tones like beige, brown, vanilla, ash and sage green. Step 2) Add touches of rose gold, gold or silver for an expensive look.

 

Author: Citizen 2.0

PR & Advertising student from Sydney. Creator of Starry Notes, a digital notebook for documenting style adventures, inspirations and ways to make life a little more starry-er.

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