Scandinavian style houses

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  9. scandinavian Houses by group-scoop architectural design studio
  10.  Prefabricated home by INT2architecture
  11.  Country house by atelier137 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN OFFICE
  12. scandinavian Houses by Betana Blockhaus GmbH
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  17. scandinavian Houses by HAN環境・建築設計事務所
  18.  Prefabricated home by SOMMERHAUS PIU
  19.  Country house by 築地岩移動宅
  20.  Country house by 内海聡建築設計事務所
  21.  Country house by 築地岩移動宅
  22. scandinavian Houses by stage Y's 一級建築士事務所
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  24. scandinavian Houses by miyukidesign
  25. scandinavian Houses by GOOD WOOD
  26. scandinavian Houses by GOOD WOOD
  27.  Country house by Роман Леонидов - Архитектурное бюро
  28. scandinavian Houses by Greenpods
  29. scandinavian Houses by 青木建築設計事務所
  30. scandinavian Houses by エイチ・アンド一級建築士事務所 H& Architects & Associates
  31.  Wooden houses by Rusticasa
  32. scandinavian Houses by Weber Arquitectos
  33. scandinavian Houses by ESTUDIO BAO ARQUITECTURA

What are the characteristics of Scandinavian style houses?

Scandinavian style designs have become very popular over the years as they are based on a minimalistic concept. The simplicity and functionality of this plan have made numerous people fall in love with it even in Singapore. Almost every urban area of the country is following the same design trend as the apartments here are getting smaller and smaller. It also turns out to be a practical, elegant, and affordable option for every homeowner.

We all know that the Scandinavian style originated in cold countries like Denmark and Sweden. That is why the aim is to create a space which looks warm, well organized, bright and airy. If you are looking for a soothing and relaxing ambiance, then this design must be your first choice. The other characteristic of a typical Scandinavian design is using natural materials like wood. It is usually incorporated in lighter tones along with different colors like white and grey. The model focuses on creating a modern looking house with a lot of natural charm.

How can I achieve the Scandinavian style in my home?

The simplicity of a Scandinavian style house makes it very easy for you to design. Here are a few basic principles that will allow you to create your own Scandinavian inspired residence.

* Proper lighting is one of the crucial elements of this design. That is why you should incorporate ample light fixtures in your home. Also, the color white will create an ambiance which is bright and open. 

* Wood is the preferred construction material for various types of houses including country and Scandinavian. However, the main difference is the color of the material. In Scandinavian designs, lighter shades are incorporated. 

* Using materials like wood not only make your space look natural but can also be combined with other elements such as marble, metal, or fibers. 

* Nature is another decorative element which can be found in Scandinavian designs. That is why small potted plants can be a common thing. 

* Even the furnishing in a Scandinavian style house needs to be natural. Materials like linen, wool, and cotton are preferable.

How should the walls and floors be decorated in a Scandinavian house? 

Colors like white and off-white are usually the base of a Scandinavian house. The ideal way of decorating the floor is by using light color wood which does not compromise on the brightness of the room. However, you must always use the same color flooring material in every place. In case you do not want an entirely white wall then installing wallpaper to add highlights can be a great way to provide contrast. Another way to decorate the floor of your house is by opting for white color tiles. If you are living in a coastal area then choosing the material carefully is a must. For example, wood cannot resist climates with high humidity that is why tiles are an ideal choice for such places.

What type of furniture is ideal for a Scandinavian house?  

Simplicity is the key for Scandinavian style houses. That is why it should be followed in the furniture as well. Pieces that showcase clean and straight lines are preferred as they are more functional and comfortable. Also, vintage or rustic looking furniture can be found in Scandinavian style homes. However, these furniture pieces are usually painted in the color white so that they complement the overall design. Another common design concept which can be found in Scandinavian style is using modular furniture pieces. It allows you to play with the decor by rearranging the fixtures without compromising on its functionality. You can even add a unique touch to your home by combining antique and modern pieces of furniture.

What other colors can be used? 

Even though white is considered to be the principal color of Scandinavian style houses, you can still add other neutral tones. It can be done by incorporating accessories like textile, cushions, and blankets of contrasting colors. You can even opt for a few pieces of painting or artwork. Apart from the color white, you can also use different shades of grey, green, blue, and other pastel shades.

How should a Scandinavian-style house be decorated?   


Furnishing or textile is an essential element for every house and same goes for a Scandinavian inspired one. Using natural materials in the form of textile or furnishing is highly recommended when it comes to this design style. This can include anything from cotton, silk, linen, to wool. Apart from this it should also reflect nature through its print or texture.


The best way to provide contrast in a Scandinavian style house is by adding rugs. These decorative elements are ideal for introducing geometric patterns and vibrant colors to the otherwise subtle environment. Carpets are available in a wide range of price depending upon their size and material. Besides, handmade ones are also becoming very popular these days.


Accessories are not considered to be the primary decorative element in a Scandinavian layout. They are only used to highlight other features. One should not overdo with accessories when it comes to a Scandinavian house. However, elements like mirrors can still be added throughout the place to make it look bright and spacious. It will beautify your home without interfering with the design. You can even experiment with candle stands, lamps, and flower pots if you want to add a warm and elegant touch.

What type of lighting is used in the Scandinavian style?

A typical Scandinavian style home can have both artificial as well as natural lighting. In case you have large windows in your house then lining them with sheer curtains is an ideal way to let natural light flow unobstructed. Apart from this, it is also a great way to make the interior connect with the outdoor landscape. Additionally, having artificial light is also essential when it comes to a Scandinavian style house. It can be achieved by incorporating floor lamps, ceiling lights, or even table lamps. You can even consider selecting chandeliers of geometrical shapes for your house.

If you are new to the concept of Scandinavian style designs, then make sure that you take professional help. You can get in touch with our interior designers and decorators through the website. They would not only provide you with a free consultation but will also give you detailed ideas on how to make your Scandinavian style house look sophisticated.