Scandinavian interior takes the first place in my “top“ interiors list. And I think that it's going to be there for a long time...
Since 1950 known as a separate design type because of its original, simple, innovative and functional design;
Scandinavia consists geographically of 5 countries: Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark;
The most famous designers: Alvar Aalto, Bruno Mathsson, Hans J.Wegner, Arne Jacobsen;
"A human should not destroy his environment. He should live in a harmony with a nature and save unity";
What features are the most typical for Scandinavian interior?
The color white with some brighter focuses;
Purified, simple forms;
Hanging illuminators are also widely used;
A textile diversity;
A combination of traditional applied arts and new functional solutions;
Simplicity, naturalness, minimalism and functionality.
Probably those who have at least some interest in interior have noticed that a Scandinavian interior has also arrived to Lithuania. Unfortunately, it is an expensive pleasure, but a quality is indeed extremely high. A close geographical position links Lithuania to Scandinavia. As well as in Lithuania, there are fewer sunny than rainy and gloomy days in Scandinavia. We have huge amounts of wood resources and perfect textile products. Lithuanian designers create furniture which is indeed not bad, therefore, we can freely integrate Lithuanian resources into aesthetics already formed by Scandinavians.
I hope so much that a Lithuanian mind about this topic will change and quality will become much more important than quantity. Of course, it is a question of money...ALTHOUGH, if you wish a lot, you can do a lot yourself, you just need some imagination and patience!
Scandinavian style + minimalism = a perfect result:
Fresh, simple and “delicious":
A textile diversity perfectly unfolds. I stress that Lithuanians have a lot of good textile designers and professionals, too, thus, don‘t forget to use textile products at home.
A likeable ceiling element – beams. They are usually colored in white or a natural wood color is left.
White white wherever you look...You also see almost one of the most popular Wishbone chairs of a designer Hans.J.Wegner.
How much this huge illuminator decorates an interior! Scandinavians use great amounts not only of hanging, but also very massive illuminators!
Scandiniavian style also perfectly fits in an interior of a shop.