SCANDINAVIAN DESIGN - Born in the 1930s, Scandinavian design belongs to modernism, a movement marked by functionalism and simplification of forms, that he tried to humanize by the use of natural materials (wood, leather, hemp, etc..) and to democratize by the use of innovative techniques to make objects in series at reasonable prices.
Just because Scandinavian design tends towards the simple doesn't mean there isn't room for whimsy or personality. Here, a colorful and fun panda poster along with a quilt-pattern area rug, add some liveliness to an otherwise white room designed by Texas Construction Company.
Scandinavian Designs was my last stop and it should have been my first! Their offerings in office furniture were far more complete than any other regarding sizes, looks, styles, finishes and the bonus were the affordable prices. Two of our executives are 6' 6" and their desks were the only sleek
Scandinavian countries are known for their simple design. Neutral colors, natural materials, and elements of nature are all often found in bright Scandinavian interiors. The same things are usually also found on the exteriors of their homes. To show you what we mean, here are 19 Scandinavian homes
So, basically, Scandinavian interior design refers to the optimum use of the room and spaces, basic application of natural color, and simple furnishings. Scandinavian style is also influenced by the existence and the beauty of nature and its abstraction.
Classic Scandinavian design - a buffet with ample storage behind wood doors and 3 drawers. The Ode buffet is stocked in natural Teak wood. Also stocked in American walnut.