The Combination Of Scandinavian And Industrial Design Styles
Nowadays, the mixing of different design styles is becoming more and more popular to satisfy the homeowner’s preferences. Scandinavian and Industrial design styles are one of couples that know how to create interesting highlights for each other in an overall. The combination of them brings an innovative, modern and sophisticated aesthetic that every occupants may love.
Understanding the two independent Scandinavian and Industrial styles
Scandinavian design style is mostly used for homes to create a warm, complete but neat, simple but still luxurious and sophisticated aesthetic. A Scandinavian style home is extremely comfortable but not cluttered. Scandinavian design details are both soft and complex enough to create a non-monotonic whole.
Industrial is a style known for its characteristics: complete as incomplete, modern and industrial. The beauty of industrial design style exudes from the authenticity of the materials and structures to recreate the space of factories.
How to combine Scandinavian and Industrial styles
Scandinavian and Industrial design styles can be harmoniously intertwined because they have both similarities and individual personalities. Neutral colors can be applied to both styles, the lines in interior design focus on simplicity, leanness without being too fussy, cumbersome. Besides, Scandinavian style brings a sense of sophistication, brightness, softness whereas Industrial makes a stronger impression.
In an Industrial style home structure with rudimentary cement ceilings and floors, brick walls, you can still add Scandinavian elements by using white paint for the entire wall surface and tile, expanding the glass windows to catch the light flooding the house. In addition, it is possible to use finished concrete material instead of raw concrete to bring a neater and more delicate feeling. For industrial houses, use Scandinavian furniture with brown, yellow, red or fur to make the space warmer.
In industrial buildings, there is Scandinavian softness, and in Scandinavian designs, there is a strength of Industrial that will make the house have more personal accents. The appearance of some metal details such as door frames, dining tables, kitchen cabinets, ceiling lights, table lamps besides the elegant interior design are interesting combination ideas for Scandinavian and industrial styles.
The combination of Scandinavian and Industrial will satisfy homeowners who love diversity in design: sophisticated and luxurious enough; vibrant and strong enough. You can choose to balance between Industrial and Scandinavian to create a harmonious whole, or choose one of the two main styles and create a different highlight with the other styles.
Article: Dilys Do
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