Plush cowhide rugs accent walls draped in wood and a hint of shimmering copper in the form of a cool pendant light are all trendy ways that you can decorate your Scandinavian bedroom.
Today we take a look at that vary from the chic to the classic and yet each one seems equally captivating in its own unique way. With summer and fall ahead the style is also perfect for those looking to give their bedrooms a cheerful breezy and stylish look that can be easily morphed into a cozy winter feel with a few simple changes down the line.
If you’re looking for a custom solution the Closet Factory can design a wall bed that is specifically outfitted to your requirements. Whether you want additional storage or an uncommon width they can come up with something that is perfectly tailored to your needs.
Spotted at the 2015 Architectural Digest Home Design Show Milano Smart Living’s flip-down bunk beds double as artwork for children’s rooms. The large-scale murals that disguise the beds when they’re not in use can be customized to suit your tastes.
We absolutely love Scandinavian bedrooms that feature a nifty sleigh or platform bed as this instantly becomes the focal point of the room without trying too hard. You can build on this by adding an exposed brick wall that is painted white custom bedside pendants a few black and white posters and an understated nightstand (probably an upcycled piece from an old tree stump) to complete a truly relaxing nature-centric bedroom design that is distinctly Scandinavian.
Balance this by using decor that shouts out tropical and introduces textures that are as nature-centric as possible. If you want a bedroom that combines both the tropical and coastal styles then throw in a few ship wheels and starfish along with a bamboo bed frame and pops of corals and greens to get the best of both worlds!
While white needs no introduction in Scandinavian-style interiors do not underestimate the importance of black and gray in the overall scheme of things. Black anchors the room helps define and highlight the architectural features of your choice and offers the ideal visual balance.
A popular misconception among design enthusiasts is that the barn door is only suitable for bedrooms with a rustic or farmhouse flair. In fact this is exactly opposite of the truth and these gorgeous wooden wonders look even more appealing when they slide their way into contemporary bedrooms.