Natural materials and cool pastel shades are a timeless combination that has been the mainstay of Scandi interior style over recent years. Despite sharing some of the same influencing countries, Nordic Interior Style brings a slightly darker edge to this ever-popular design style. Cooler shades, blues, greens & greys, mixed with a wider variety of textures from shiny metallic to tactile faux furs. Nordic Interior Design Style is the perfect look to create when wanting to generate an airy, spacious feel in your home with minimum effort and fuss.
Bloomingville is an interior accessory brand driven by a fascination of Nordic style and living. Established in 2000 by Creative Director Betina Stampe, the Bloomingville mission has remained the same 17 years later ‘delivering happy changes to everyday designers’. They continue to create fresh designs that everyone can use in their home to refresh and update their living space with the timeless beauty of Nordic Interior design style. The LuxPad takes a closer look at how to make it work in your home…
Nordic Interior Design for the Bedroom
Introduce a sense of calm into the bedroom with stylish soft furnishings and lots of practical yet aesthetically pleasing storage. Bloomingville also have a great range for children, with lots of furniture and storage solutions to help make their space fun and tidy too. Baskets are a great way of adding storage and style, perfect for showcasing those trinkets you want on display and helping to tidy up those everyday necessities in an effortless way. Cushions and throws are the ideal quick update in the bedroom, look to textures to bring interest, such as the fringed grey suede cushion from Bloomingville.
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Nordic Interior Design for the Living Room
Relaxation is the aim of the game in the living room. Creating a space that is both inviting and stylish is key, and the Nordic Interior Design Style is perfect for this. Side tables provide a great storage solution and allow you to curate a vignette of curiosities out of your treasures. From coffee books to scented candles, displaying your accessories in different ways provides a quick and simple update. Look to metallic details across furniture to update the Nordic Interior Design Style and soften darker colour palettes with softer textures, such as suede, across cushions and throws.
Nordic Interior Design for the Bathroom
In the bathroom practicality is usually the starting point for any interior design style. Often working with small, awkward spaces that lack natural light, it can be hard to give your bathroom a simple makeover. Mirrors hold the key to a quick transformation, adding a large mirror, or an unusually shaped design can add extra light, space and style all in one step. To keep your bathroom in the Nordic Interior Design style combine your statement piece mirror with dark tones and pared back materials. Think chunky bath mats and industrial lighting to complete the bathroom look.
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Nordic Interior Design for the Hallway
Hallway spaces often get neglected when it comes to implementing an interior style, but they shouldn’t be forgotten as they are places that are still used every day. They should be utilised as a canvas to display your favourite decorative accessories and can also be great places to add extra storage to your home. Add character with unique designs and trinkets and look to Nordic Interior Design style for inspiration when it comes to practical storage such as woven baskets. Fresh botanicals will offset a Nordic palette with their green hues so add a few plants to finish your hallway refresh.
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Nordic Interior Design for the Outdoors
Don’t just add Nordic Interior Design style for inside your home, look to add the look in your outdoors space too. There’s a relaxed vibe to the Nordic trend and this translates into many key pieces from Bloomingville, including their range of stylish hammocks. Create added comfort by bringing cushions and throws outside for an impromptu alfresco dinner cooked on a stuper stylish BBQ. Look to pots and planters to add the finishing touch to your Nordic inspired outdoor space.