One of the rules of Scandinavian design calls for a few pops of color now and again. At North Hem, we’ve scoured over design photos across the wide web. What we’ve found will hopefully provide you with some insight as you design your own Scandinavian space.
Bring in the sunshine with pops of yellow. And don’t keep it to just one shade. Pastels are perfect for Scandinavian décor, but bright hues work nicely too.
Create a mood with blues in your Scandinavian design. From powder blue, to sapphire, this shade goes wonderfully with the signature Scandi-greys, blacks and whites.
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Let your feminine side show with an array of floral pinks spread delicately around your space. Scandinavian décor loves this shade of lovely blush, and we’re pretty fond of it too.
Purple is a rare breed of Scandinavian design, but when done right, it puts the rest of the rainbow to shame. Take a calculated risk and experience the power of purple in your Scandi-space. It’s sure to delight the kiddies.
Fresh, lively, and one of the easiest pops of color to pull off in Scandinavian design. All you really need is some well-placed, fresh greenery around your home and you’ve nailed this evergreen look.
Image sources: freshome.com, interiordesign4.com, decoist.com
There you have it.
Five ways to nail pops of color in your Scandinavian design. Looking for a hue we didn’t mention? Leave us a comment below and let us know. Maybe you’ll see your favorite color pop out at you in the next post.