How would you describe your home now apart from the Nordic/Scandinavian influence?
What you love about Nordic/Scandinavian design?
Hi guys! Fall has arrived and we are expecting snow here up north anytime soon. Meanwhile, for those of you looking for decor inspiration, I have put together three different decor mood boards for you to get inspired. For more inspiration, you’ll find all these accounts on Instagram.
Jenni @kohteessa has a color palette that looks warm, cozy and inviting. Here are some key elements to create the look:
From up left: 1. SINNERLIG Pendant lamp, IKEA 2. Graphic M poster, Desenio 3. Birdcage, Clas Ohlson 4. Jute hanging planter, Plantagen 5. Candle holders, Royal Design 6. Lourdes curtains, Ellos.
Finish the look with extra cushions, warm blankets, and candles.
Satu @31_m2 has a home straight from a fairytale. Create this Scandiboho kitchen with these lovely accessories:
From up left: 1. String lights, Clas Ohlson 2. Poster with a map, Desenio 3. Papua bowl, Arvaliving.com 4. Moroccan mugs, Dari-design.com 5. Metal shelf HEJLSMINDE, Jysk 6. Vinyl mat rug, home4you.fi
Pauliina @vintageinteriorxx decorates her home with happy colors, carefully chosen vintage finds and plants. Get the atmosphere with these elements:
From up left: 1. Ceiling lamp, by Rydens 2. Mikado poster, Desenio 3. Dypsis lutescens, Plantagen 4. Ulrike pouf, Ellos 5. Agonda rug, Ellos.
I wish you a lovely and cozy November!
We all love gallery walls and no wonder why. They will never go out of style, they are an excellent way to add interest to that blank space on a large wall and what’s best, let us show our style and personality when decorating our homes. Only your favorite motives and frames are needed. And a little bit of planning is recommended of course.
A frame gallery wall around TV is a great way to prettify that ugly black box in your livingroom. I just loved the way it helped me to make the TV look a little more bearable but it’s much harder to focus on watching TV now than before. The wall is just too compelling!
When it comes to TV gallery wall, it can be a little tricky. How to hide that black box. Well, as a monochrome lover it was a bit easier for me to find the perfect selection of frames and motives and for me black & white was the only way to go. I actually didn’t plan it that much and I got a few tips from my friend Trine @bytrineravn as she is a master of planning those walls we are so scared of. On my wall I used the posters and frames I had already and the motives were easy to mix together. But it took me a while to get those frames up on the wall as I live rental and was afraid to ruin the wall with ugly holes. That’s why it’s better to plan the group before hammering.
Fortunately there are many inspiring photos and tutorials for gallery walls all over the internet (e.g. Instagram, Pinterest, and Youtube). Here, let me show you some inspiration that I found on Instagram.
Cozy livingroom @bytrineravn
Scandi Candy @hannankotona
Arty gallery wall @bloggaibagis
Mid Mod Scandi @essi.pinossa
When your mind is set up, it’s no trouble at all. Just go for it!
Have a cozy autumn my dear readers and remember to light up some candles… See ya!