Nordic décor became popular several years ago, and it still is because of its minimalism and natural touches that make every space stylish and cozy without much effort. I think that this type of décor is very actual for fall or winter as during these seasons we need more comfort and coziness than in spring or summer. So, what’s a Scandinavian fall space? The color scheme is truly Nordic: black, shades of grey and white or ivory but as it’s fall, go for some splashes of fall colors. Naturalness is one of main features of such décor, so add natural wood, bring pinecones, apples, antlers, pumpkins, branches and fall leaves. Knitted and fur or faux fur accessories will be great for fall or winter décor as it’s so pleasant to bundle up into a knitted blanket sitting in front of the fireplace or just on the sofa, when it’s raining outside. Get inspired by the ideas below and create your cozy fall space!
Scandinavian décor is all about airy and neutral décor, which can be spruced up with greys, black and some metallics. Try various textures and materials to spruce up your décor: porcelain, faux fur, wicker, wood, stone and other materials to make the décor cooler and catchier. Go all-natural with colors here – no bold shades and patterns are welcome. If you still want ome pattenrs, prefer botanical or animal ones but in simple and muted shades for a natural feel.