The Scandinavian bedroom really is a thing of beauty and one of our fave ways to decorate at this time of year. Cool but cozy, minimalist but characterful, clean but rustic, these are spaces aren’t all that hard to achieve. Have a scroll through these simple bedroom ideas to get inspired to give your space a bit of a Scandi makeover.
Bring 6 Scandinavian Touch In Your Small Bedroom Ideas
A soothing atmosphere of neutrals, other colors may be added to the color scheme (but they are usually more muted and toned down), such as shades of blues, mauves, soft grays, charcoal, and milky whites, which helps to capture the light.
1. Wallpaper Rustic Scandi
A delicate Scandinavian-style wallpaper will give your bedroom a restful feel, especially if chosen in muted shades of restful blues and greys. Every single print is gorgeous and the colors are just so Scandi; nothing too bright, just lovely muted colors and nature-inspired patterns.
2. Wall Panelling Scandi
Wall paneling is a brilliant way to create the character in a Scandinavian bedroom, and it needn’t cost a fortune if you use DIY-store pine tongue-and-groove or ready-to-paint MDF panels. Paint your grey for a cozier alternative to bright white. Here, it’s matched with Mid-century inspired furniture for an eclectic feel.
3. Scandi Accessories Near Bed
Practicality is important when it comes to Scandi interiors. Everything has to earn its place when you are going for a minimalist style so keep your room uncluttered by accessorizing with things that also have a function. Good design clocks, statement lighting, and bedroom storage units can all use to enhance the design of your bedroom.
4. Scandi Night Stand
Attracted to Scandi design, but can’t invest in a whole furniture set, or just want to try out the style without committing to it? Invest in one or two pieces with a Scandi feel that won’t look out of place as part of other contemporary bedroom styles.
5. Bring Pastel Accents
If you love the Scandinavian bedroom style but find the contemporary version a little too minimalist, embrace the more traditional side of the trend. This means lots of layering and soft, pastel accent shades. You can use any pattern of the curtain but make sure to choose the pastel color.
6. Scandi Headboard
You may have an idea to build your own headboard. Just pick any fabric you fancy but velvet works so well to soften the space. Especially if you have wall paneling like this gorgeous new-build log cabin. And check out the nifty idea of actually hanging cushions on your headboard to make it even cozier.