7 Best Tips to Create Scandinavian Sustainability in Your Home Interior

After spending years of effort and time, the Nordics have come up with their own sustainable lifestyle, full of innovation and uniqueness. Having long winters with mostly cold weather, these countries have developed a #sustainable lifestyle to withstand lots of snow and very low temperatures.


The Scandinavian way of interior design and home décor consists of living a life without too much interference of the factors from the outside. People have devised ways and means of living a simple yet comfortable life.


Here are few tips on how you can create a #Scandinavian Sustainability look like an expert.


1.  The Flooring


People living in Scandinavian countries do not cherish wall to wall carpeting in their homes and living spaces. From the very beginning, the Scandinavian lifestyle consists of houses having wooden floors in light colours.









"Scandinavian lifestyle consists of houses having wooden floors in light colours."






2.  Muted Colors


To create a real Nordic look in your home, you should use very light colours, mostly whites, and greys, on your walls and furnishings. These cool-toned shades can be complemented with bright coloured accessories and bold patterns from various Scandinavian artists.







"You should use very light colours, mostly whites, and greys, on your walls and furnishings."








3.  Use of Wooden Materials


Wood is a primary interior décor material used in most of the Scandinavian homes and buildings. Using it for wall panelling, fall ceilings, and other prominent places gives the perfect Nordic look you want to create. Keep it natural and it will add a glorious warmth and texture to your room.







"Wood is a primary interior décor material."







4.  Clean Lines and Straight Cuts


A prominent characteristic of the Scandinavian architecture is straight clean lines with definite geometric shapes and objects. A similar pattern is followed in furniture and other room accessories.








"Straight, clean lines.










5.  A Fireplace is Essential


Being colder than most other parts of the world, people living in Scandinavian countries, love sitting around fireplaces and enjoying with family and friends. Although new mechanisms and modern means of heating systems have been developed, having a small fireplace in one corner is a must for the real Nordic look.




"Having a small fireplace in one corner is a must for the real Nordic look."

6.  Declutter


The Scandinavian Sustainability look is famous for its simplicity and cleanliness. Unlike the Victorian décor practices, it requires you to follow a minimalistic approach. To produce a similar look in your house, you need to declutter on large scale. Cut down on unnecessary objects and accessories.


7.  Use of Natural Light


The Scandinavian way of living promotes eco-friendliness and the use of natural light in your homes. Big windows that offer the real feeling of brightness and nature create an aura of beauty and elegance. Avoid using thick curtains and leave the windows undressed to get the perfect look.






"Leave the windows undressed to get the perfect look."








Wrap Up


The true Scandinavian sustainability look can be created at your homes with a little effort and help. Our interior design experts at Nu Projects are always there to guide you. Following the guiding principles of Scandinavian lifestyles and aesthetics, you should create a place with large windows, bright natural lights, airy rooms in white and grey colours, and warm textures of wood furniture and flooring.



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