Inspired by the Scandinavian era of the '60s, this circular, hanging rattan chair offers an unexpected but cozy spot to lounge and read.
The beauty of Scandinavian furniture is its pure, utilitarian, minimalist approach. With a focus on quality craftsmanship and functionality, this walnut table has an understated beauty.
Scandinavian interiors are often simple and functional, with each element having a specific need or purpose. Walls are white and furniture is minimal. Layers can be added, but often should serve a purpose and be understated. This clock strikingly blends Scandinavian style by pairing crisp white with natural wood -- the ultimate minimalist combination.
Emulating the look of a bucket, this leather-wrapped chair has simple lines and a sophisticated look. Mounted on a solid oak frame, this Scandinavian-style chair would work well as a stand-alone furnishing or in a grouping.
From furniture to accessories, Scandinavian style makes a statement with clean lines and natural materials. A woven pendant can add beautiful texture and height to a minimalist space.
Form follows function in Scandinavian style, especially with this modern media cabinet made of a pecan-finish wood frame and white lacquer. The sleek, minimalist aesthetic of this cabinet could be beautifully integrated into any style of decor.
Wood and white are two elements that stand out most in Scandinavian design. The solid walnut frame of this upholstered chair is beautifully complemented with a natural-color textured weave fabric. Although equipped with minimal lines, the chair is both warm and comfortable.
Thoughtful layers of pattern and texture bring an understated elegance to a Scandinavian setting. A soft throw blanket with a cable-knit pattern can add warmth and depth to a space.