Sydney Smith once said, “A comfortable house is a great source of happiness”. That statement couldn’t be truer especially in a big city house. So with that in mind, we chose some secrets of Scandinavian design to give your Miami house the comfort you seek.
Decoration on Scandinavian style is just like design is supposed to be: functional and stylish. Avoid overusing blankets or pillows by using only the ones you use to make sure they provide as much as decor as use. Choose something cozy and that gives you warmth on the colder days.
The keyword in Scandinavian design is “Natural”. This creates such tiny happiness in our fast and intense life. If you decorate with this concept in mind our home will appear brighter and more spacious. Check out some tricks you can apply to your Miami home.
Simple Patterns are a good trick when it comes to interior design. To accomplish it you can trade your complicated decorations for more uncomplicated ones such as stripes or diamond prints. These examples will elongate the lines present in the room making it wider than it is.
Another of the grand secrets of Scandinavian interior design is the use of Neutral colors. These colors are chosen because fashion and function work so well together. Try adding a black and white photo to your living room decoration and see if there isn’t an immediate difference. It will even look stylish in your Miami home!
The trend of Decluttering your space is refreshing when put into practice, especially if you have a small space. By keeping space free of material you don’t really need will make your room look more visually clean and less of a mess. This will give your interior decor the cherry on top of the cake that it really needs.
The good news is that you can apply this style to your home with a pendant lamp. We have as an example the Ike lamp from Delightfull. This hanging ceiling pendant can be done in different shapes and dimensions, allowing you to personalized lighting ambiance and mood. It’s ideal for kitchens, dining rooms, restaurants, bars, and even bathrooms. If you’re a fan of the mid-century modern decor we’re sure you’re already imagining this at your Miami home, huh?