Scandinavian Living Rooms That Will Inspire Your 2019 Remodel

Scandinavian Living Rooms That Will Inspire Your 2019 Remodel

Lydia Lohshini by Lydia Lohshini on Jan 7, 2019
Why you should care

Scandinavian interior design has been a trendy choice amongst Malaysian homeowners who want a minimalist yet stylish home. These local interior designers show you just how you can turn your boring living space into something out of an Ikea showroom.

Scandinavian themed spaces are sought after by Malaysian homeowners, thanks in part to the gorgeous showrooms in Ikea. Featuring simple, minimalist, and functional designs, this interior design style is perfect for homeowners who want an inviting space without having to do too much.

We’ve compiled some of our favourite Scandinavian themed living rooms that will inspire your remodel for the new year.

This living room pairs Nordic flair with contemporary décor to create a stylish yet minimalist living room in muted grey hues.

Spacious and airy, this Scandinavian inspired living room has basic décor and furnishing but is given an extra edge with a geometric coffee table and a bold zebra décor.

The interior designers divided this open space into three separate zones the dining room, living room, and home office. The minimalist living room features a comfy couch in a neutral hue while the patterned rug and unique coffee table elevate the space.

Flaunting patterns and textures, this living room keeps its furniture pieces simple but upgrades the space with chic décor pieces.

The geometric metal coffee table seems to be a staple Scandi décor as it combines a natural element with a raw, industrial element. Keeping it minimalist and neutral, we love how a simple living room can exude class.

You can experiment with colours as you put together your Nordic inspired living room. A few pops of colours paired with neutral elements and décor will bring your space to life.

Scandinavian spaces don’t necessarily have to be bright and airy, This home is influenced by contemporary trends so the interior designers opted for darker hues. With black being a dominant colour, this living room is anything but gloomy.

If black is too daunting, consider this grey space. This colour scheme is both calming and stylish, making the simple living room seem very put together.

When monotone or greyscale just don’t do it for you, you can always opt for a different hue like this home. The homeowner wanted to include green elements in the living room to complement the feature wall in the dining area.

Not enough colour? Then this living area may just fit your bill. Using the white walls as a blank canvas, the interior designer splashed colour into the room with blue and pink furniture, and a gorgeous blue rug.

Largely white and bright, this Scandinavian themed bungalow borrows Asian and contemporary influences to create a gathering space that is cosy and comfy while still being trendy.

Pairing Scandinavian with zen influences, this interior designer curated a space that is totally Instagram-worthy! Using soft colours, classic furniture pieces, and patterned décor, this once bare living room is now trendy and chic.

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Why you should care

Scandinavian interior design has been a trendy choice amongst Malaysian homeowners who want a minimalist yet stylish home. These local interior designers show you just how you can turn your boring living space into something out of an Ikea showroom.

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