Scandinavian bedroom design ideas and inspirations
Having some good bedroom design ideas is very important.
For example, waking up in a dark room (even if sometimes it may feel relaxing) that has subdued palettes seem to miss that energizing factor that really gets the body moving.
In this article, we are going to talk about white Scandinavian-inspired bedroom design ideas filled with versatility, that you can try at home. Each one is created to make the most of nature’s alarm clock, the early morning’s sun. Even if dark rooms can help the inhabitants get a few extra hours of sleep, the following Scandinavian-inspired rooms have the role of bringing back the early mornings vigor. If you qualify as an early riser and a morning person than this Nordic-themed bedroom design ideas are for you.
What prevents a bedroom from seeming overly sterile are a couple of polka dots. Some simple accent wall prints also help in ensuring that the simplicity of the design’s interior is not overwhelmed by the expansive walls. Among the wooden elements, the bedroom has a George Nelson Bench and a rocking chair that is the work of Charles and Ray Eames.
Bringing a touch of modernism to a classically inspired bedroom are some romantic typographical decals. The dresser, the headboard, and a highly distressed wood on the side table boost the contemporary design with a chic, relatably manner. In order to add some more mysterious attraction, the lettering in this bedroom sets up the design theme.
Decorated for a contest that was hosted by “Airbnb”, Melissa Hegge created the interior accommodations using only Norwegian design objects, of which some are prototypes. The highest point in the famous Holmenkollbakken ski jumping hill in Oslo was occupied by this apartment, as part of the limited-time contest.
The trademark white walls with some beautiful illustrations give personality to a dark bedded room with cozy appeal furniture. The room grants accessories from big Nordic designers such as Hans Wegner (the Wishbone chair) and Arne Jacobsen (AJ table lamp). The large walk-in space, rather than being used for a closet, boasts a classically decorated bathroom. The clothes racks play the role of a stylish substitute.
A beautiful blue accent wall enhance this room and grants a lovely backdrop given by the high-contrast typographic prints and wooden side tables. If you can’t drill or hammer into the walls just expose a stylish brick and prop the artwork against it.
Giving a cozier and a warmer feeling to a Scandinavian inspired bedroom are some cheerful animal prints wearing warm winter clothes. A sideboard cabinet ( midcentury-inspired), with a bold geometric pattern, centers the arrangement.
In order to check the sense of scale, the expensive white walls required a few smart accents which were readily accomplished by the abstract art prints and the tall balcony door.
What gives a bedroom the Scandinavian countryside taste right in the middle of the city are some J-shaped lights and a delicate canopy bed frame.