Brixton Townhouse II
Brixton Townhouse II
Indie & Co.
Anna Stathaki
This is an example of a medium sized scandi hallway in London with white walls, painted wood flooring, a single front door, a blue front door and beige floors.
Elmwood Ave.
Elmwood Ave.
Hamilton_King Ltd
Steph Murray
This is an example of a scandi kitchen/dining room in London with white walls, light hardwood flooring and beige floors.
Bayswater Apartment
Bayswater Apartment
Studio Schubert
Scandinavian kitchen in London.
Packwood House
Packwood House
Matthew Willis Photography
Scandi gender neutral nursery in Other with blue walls, light hardwood flooring and brown floors.
Dove Cottage, Harberton, Totnes, Devon
Dove Cottage, Harberton, Totnes, Devon
Hannah Foden Dixon
This is an example of a scandinavian shower room bathroom with multi-coloured tiles, mosaic tiles, white walls, a wall-mounted sink, grey floors and a single sink.
Richmond Client
Richmond Client
Hi-Spec Design
Design ideas for a scandi dining room in London with white walls and grey floors.
North London House
North London House
Architecture for London
Christian Brailey
Inspiration for a scandinavian kitchen/diner in London with a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white splashback, white floors and white worktops.
Scandinavian Style Kitchen in Walton-on-Thames
Scandinavian Style Kitchen in Walton-on-Thames
Thomas Davies Kitchens
Photo of an expansive scandi l-shaped open plan kitchen in Surrey with white cabinets, quartz worktops, white splashback, marble splashback, black appliances, ceramic flooring, an island, grey floors, white worktops and flat-panel cabinets.
Coastal apartment
Coastal apartment
Absolute Interiors
Photo of a scandinavian guest and grey and brown bedroom in Cornwall with grey walls, medium hardwood flooring and brown floors.
Marie's Wardrobe
Marie's Wardrobe
Webb Yates Engineers
Architect: Tsuruta Architects Client: Private Photography: Tim Crocker
Scandi bathroom in London with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, white tiles, a wall-mounted sink and white floors.
Monohaus
Monohaus
Juliana Maxime Interiors Ltd
This is an example of a small scandinavian study in London with white walls, laminate floors, a freestanding desk and grey floors.
Green and pink kitchen diner near the sea
Green and pink kitchen diner near the sea
My Bespoke Room
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Wootton Mount, Bournemouth
Wootton Mount, Bournemouth
WN Store
This is an example of a scandinavian dining room in Dorset with white walls, light hardwood flooring and beige floors.
House of Lozi - Ilaria's Home
House of Lozi - Ilaria's Home
Lozi
Design ideas for a scandinavian home office in London with a reading nook, white walls, light hardwood flooring, no fireplace and a built-in desk.
Hillarys Blinds - Charlie Luxton
Hillarys Blinds - Charlie Luxton
Chris Snook
Chris Snook
Inspiration for a medium sized scandi l-shaped kitchen/diner in London with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, blue cabinets, light hardwood flooring, no island, beige floors, wood worktops, blue splashback and beige worktops.
Rear Extension garden flat in North London
Rear Extension garden flat in North London
The White Interior
Inspiration for a scandi bedroom in London with white walls.
Scandinavian Dining Room
Scandinavian Dining Room
Design ideas for a scandi dining room in Buckinghamshire.
Beautiful home in SW3
Beautiful home in SW3
Domus Nova
Scandinavian basement in London.
The Ply Kitchen
The Ply Kitchen
Fifteen Twelve
Scandi galley kitchen in Other with a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, green cabinets, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood flooring, beige floors and grey worktops.
Scandinavian design is all about clean, simple functionality, and lots of bright, light and white decor. If you like minimal interiors but with some soft, calming and clean touches, then Scandi style is probably to your liking. A Scandinavian kitchen design will usually include white kitchen units and worktops, with some light wooden elements such as the floors or dining table, a few pops of green plants and maybe some soft pastel colours in the ceramics or pendant lighting. In the living room, keep the same bright, clean and light aesthetic, but perhaps add sheepskin rugs, warm throws and a few monochrome patterns to stand out against the white. Scandinavian design was originally meant to keep everything light but warm in the cold and dark winter months of the Nordic countries, so keep this in mind when planning your Scandinavian interiors.

Scandinavian style furniture is iconic in its minimalism and simplicity – just look at everything from Arne Jacobsen’s designs from the 1950s and 60s to modern day Ikea furniture. Remember not to over-clutter your space with accessories; Scandi style sticks to the functional furniture and avoids unnecessary items. Take a look at the photos of Scandinavian interiors from Scandinavian countries themselves and also Scandi-style interiors from the UK to inspire your own Scandinavian design project.
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