Scandinavian design movement puts a love of nature in the forefront, and as such, Nordic design uses almost exclusively natural materials like local woods and rattan as well as linen, cotton, and leather. Often this material palette is complemented by a simple color scheme such as white, gray, and beige.
Understated design that follows function.
Light, neutral colors.
Muted, dark hues that remind of Nordic landscapes.
Airy spaces filled with light.
Wood furniture and wood accents.
Decorative, statement pendant lights.
Multifunctional and flexible designs.
monochromatic (or tonal) shades of white, grey and neutral colours.
nature-inspired sculptural pieces, house plants, and natural textiles