In recent years the term ‘Scandi’ has gained much attention, appreciation and traction throughout the UK.
Spaces influenced by Scandinavian design trends are filled with pale and plain natural palettes and minimalist shapes and elements creating a nonchalant homestyle, a discriminating and cultivated yet contemporary appearance with a style that does not date.
We have curated a selection of our favourite products to help you introduce Scandinavian styling to your home through a series of influences to help you match back to your own personal tastes and needs.
Choose wood wherever you can
The Scandinavians have a certain a word – Hytte that refers to a culture where people empty the cities on Friday afternoons to head to their weekend cottages to enjoy being isolated, alone and at peace in nature. So, it's no surprise that Scandinavians love wood.
Use a subdued colour palette
Flood your home with lighting to create a light and airy space to accompany a chic stark decor.
With its striking domed shaping and deep colouring, the Digbeth Pendant below is the perfect choice when updating your interior. Crafted in Powder Coated Steel the lightweight fitting has been finished in our matt Carbon colourway. The soft shade is beautifully off-black with deep blue undertones, which will complement a range of colour schemes.
Designed with a twisted black cable that's fully adjustable, you can cut to the desired length ready to hang in your place of choice. The industrial styling in our Scandinavian inspired colourway will add a bold element whether paired
The Bermondsey Wall Light below will suit almost any room in the house. Crafted in Powder Coated Steel and Oak, the wonderful mix of materials gives a contemporary touch to the home. We've chosen our Carbon colourway, an off black with hints of deep blue, that is very smart in appearance.
The indoor wall light can be adjusted in two places at opposite ends of the Oak arm and the switch on the back plate means you won't have to move far to turn it on and off. This allows you to angle easily and efficiently dependent on where you require the light to shine. This urban inspired Bermondsey Wall Light could be positioned beside the bed, in a reading alcove or beside a desk, offering complete versatility.
Think of houseplants as furnishings
The desire to bring nature indoors means that pot plants, vases and similar are given as much importance as cushions and curtains for the Scandinavians.
Below - Bring nature inside in a unique and eye-catching way with the beautiful Hanging Terrarium in Glass. The simple sphere shaping comes with 70cm of natural Hemp Rope, for hanging in the desired location.
The trend for indoor air plants and terrariums has been growing in popularity, especially when arranging yourself dependent on colour preference and taste. Whether you fill with succulents, ferns or cacti the Hanging Terrarium is a stylish home accessory, brightening up every room. We love the idea of hanging a single Terrarium by itself or grouping a few together for a striking display.
The Hanging Terrarium has also been designed with a flat base making it perfect for standing on a windowsill or bedside if hanging space is limited.
Standing tall the Wells Column Vase below would be a striking addition to large open windowsills and rustic dining tables. Crafted in 100% Recycled Glass the cylindrical body has a chunky rolled rim for that finishing touch.
Introduce bursts of pattern
Introduce bursts of pattern to your home. Chosen carefully patterns and colours offer a boldness to an otherwise understated home.
The Brunswick Laundry Basket offers a touch of exotic charm whilst retaining clean lines.
With a snug lid to keep your laundry out of