The Scandinavian style offers a cozy atmosphere by incorporating natural wood to bring the nature into our lives. We selected 45 beautiful scandinavian living room designs in this gallery. Many of these are good examples by popular interior designers and home stylists.
We try to find the best examples from popular designers and decorators.
1Designed by Brianne Penney
2Designed by Scandinavian Homes
3Full on Scandinavian
Bringing the nature through natural wood floors, wooden sofa legs and a wooden coffee table while emphasizing simplicity with white walls is the key of Scandinavian style.
4Designed by Megan, Scandi Boho Home Decor
5Designed by Threelight CGI Studio
Wooden panels installed on a modern fireplace adds texture to a mostly white living room without spoiling the neutral tones of the space.
7Designed by Scandinavian Homes
8Designed by Brianne Penney
Continue to another beautiful scandinavian decorating ideas for living rooms. Painting one wall a color like dark blue brings life, complements the simple and elegant aesthetic in a Scandinavian living room that is decorated with simple furniture with the least amount of details and complexity.
10Designed by Chayce & Hannah
11Designed by Jenna Sue
Normally a Scandinavian living room decor would be without rugs and extra fuss around the windows, however, to make the place cozier, adding curtains matching the wall color and a complementary rug works like a charm.
13Designed by Anissa Zajac
14Designed by Valeria Jacobs
Patterns added through pillows and rugs spices up a simple and minimalist Scandinavian living room without tiring the eye and cluttering the space.
16Designed by Brianne Penney
17Designed by Katie Staples
Instead of a traditional bookcase, wooden shelves built on a white-stone wall enhances the bright and simple aesthetic of the Scandinavian style.
19Designed by Mindy Gayer Design Co.
20Designed by Hannah, Thistle Harvest
Incorporating a color like green to whites and wooden furniture is a great idea to enhance the natural feeling of the Scandinavian style while bringing warmth and life to the room.
22Designed by Minted
23Designed by Monika Hibbs
Instead of the sterile looking white walls, grey painted walls are preferable to keep the place feeling light yet cozy while light blue accents complement the greys and whites in the room.
25Designed by Mindy Gayer Design Co.
26Designed by Katie Staples
Natural wood is a fool-proof way of decorating a Scandinavian living room. Wooden logs used as coffee tables, wooden separators as wall decors along with a wooden bookshelf warms the white-washed room while earth-toned accents bring them all together.
28Designed by Anissa Zajac
29Designed by Megan, Scandi Boho Home Decor
The natural feeling of the Scandinavian style cannot only be achieved through wood but also plants. Putting lots different plants around the living room does not only add color but also freshens up the space with lots of oxygen.
31Designed by Emily Brownell
32Designed by Sybilla
Contrasting the all-white simple look of the Scandinavian style, to change things up, black can be used as the accent color not only in décor items but also on accent walls, enhancing the overall pure look by providing a background to bring the spotlights on.
34Designed by Jenna
35Designed by Debbie Crawford
In a Scandinavian living room, bright colors can be used effectively to design a welcoming atmosphere. A bright red sofa in a completely white room complemented by wooden furniture and hardwood floors becomes the statement object while adding personality to the space.
37Designed by Sybilla
38Designed by Anissa Zajac
39Think Outside the Box
Adding a not-so-modern looking fireplace in a Scandinavian living room is not forbidden by all means. A white, rather traditional looking fireplace can bring warmth, while a knitted-pink ottoman in front of it, uniquely ties everything together.
40Designed by Mindy Gayer Design Co.
41Designed by Anissa Zajac
Beige walls are great replacement for white walls to reflect light in the space while making it look comfortable. Additionally, patterned and colorful pillows complementing a colorful armchair can bring the bohemian vibes to a Scandinavian living room.
43Designed by Caroline
44Designed by Kamille Magette
Pastel colors like soft pink are the perfect fit to bring life to a mostly white Scandinavian living room while adding to its calm and simple aesthetic.