Flat design in the style of Scandinavian minimalism


Scandinavian Minimalist Flat Design

Our new work is a flat design in the style of Scandinavian minimalism. This style is a very interesting direction. The design of the rooms in this style emphasizes its sophistication and specificity. Now Scandinavian minimalism is one of the most popular in interior design. Color accents, simplicity, comfort and multifunctionality, space and rapprochement are more and more attractive to homeowners.

Minimalism in the interior is characterized by:

  • Clear geometric shapes;
  • The simplicity of natural materials;
  • Large windows;
  • Small sections of free space created by built-in functional furniture and room integration;
  • Hidden light sources;
  • Using blinds and blinds instead of curtains.

Modern accessories and furniture give the landlord many opportunities to decorate a home in the style of Scandinavian minimalism. It can boldly combine modern style features with traditional elements, to your liking.

Scandinavian minimalist interior design guidelines and techniques:

Use of natural materials: wood, stone. The floor is covered with parquet board or the simplest tile. Scandinavian minimalist furniture is characterized by simplicity and comfort, they should be made only of natural material.

Light warm colors with bright textiles. The upholstery should also be made of natural fabrics: linen or cotton. A small stove or fireplace fits perfectly into the Scandinavian style. Decorating the room uses wooden objects, ceramics, glassware accessories.

Exquisite beauty and simplicity.

The decor can also be decorated with bright shades that will not be too striking and distract from the mainstream. To keep the Scandinavian minimalism, the design of the living room must be done in warm colors. For a small variety, light shades of brown and olive can be added. Some professionals add black and blue to symbolize earth and sky, giving the room a touch of originality and originality.

Scandinavian-style apartment design should be very carefully chosen for decor. Keep in mind that it does not fit dozens of scenery. As accessories, you should use interesting and unusual items that will emphasize restraint and create comfort. Decor can be presented with bright textile items (plaids, pillows) with ornaments or a simple pattern that will add variety and positive emotions to a rigorous Scandinavian interior.

When choosing furniture, pay attention to simplicity and straightforwardness. Sofas, cabinets, tables, chairs should be in the form of simple geometric shapes: squares, rectangles, circles. To increase the lifespan of wood, it is treated with special translucent solutions or varnish, while maintaining the natural pattern of pine or spruce. It is the pastel-colored pine that gives the interior its distinctive character and its unique combination with cotton and wool.

In order to create room lighting, it is important to keep in mind that Scandinavian minimalism is characterized by unobtrusiveness and maximum sunlight through large windows. Therefore, you should not use on the windows of the drapes and hide from other people’s views.

The highlight of this design

We found it extremely interesting to work on this atypical apartment design project for the average Lviv resident. We would also like to point out clients who have always fountained new ideas. This project expresses an explosion of emotions and bright sensations, because it combines many geometric and colorful ornaments. In this apartment you can feel for a year, what is so lacking in the city of Leo – it always smells like summer and you are not left feeling that it is warm and cozy. Even if traditional Lviv rain falls outside the window.

If you do not have a good night’s sleep: “Who to contact for designing interesting and original designs?”, we will help you solve this problem, as the Client is our main partner.

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Total Area: 97.37 Sqm


Design Area: 76.13 Sqm


Number of living rooms:


Number of bathrooms: 2 .


Design year: c 2019 .


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