Brick & Gable House
Brick & Gable House
Breathe Architecture
Inspiration for a scandinavian family room in Melbourne with a library, light hardwood floors and a built-in media wall.
Manly New Kitchen & Joinery Project
Manly New Kitchen & Joinery Project
CTI Kitchens & Designer Joinery
Live By The Sea Photography
Large scandinavian l-shaped open plan kitchen in Sydney with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, black appliances, no island, brown floor, grey benchtop, grey cabinets and quartz benchtops.
Glenrich Builders - Brunswick
Glenrich Builders - Brunswick
Glenrich Builders
Incorporate modern materials, like timber and glass, then unite them with plush furnishings, for a cosy retreat
Inspiration for a scandinavian living room in Melbourne with white walls, medium hardwood floors and brown floor.
Jacques
Jacques
Six Pieces Interior Design
Inspiration for a scandinavian bedroom in Sydney.
Happy House
Happy House
Lena Bruno
Bathroom Vanity
Scandinavian bathroom in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, white walls, an undermount sink, grey benchtops, a single vanity and a floating vanity.
BIRCHGROVE SCANDI PROJECT
BIRCHGROVE SCANDI PROJECT
Studio Trio
Scandinavian bathroom in Sydney.
Fairhaven
Fairhaven
Byrne Architects
This is an example of a mid-sized scandinavian bedroom in Geelong with white walls, grey floor and concrete floors.
P R O J E C T  M U R P H Y  S T R E E T
P R O J E C T M U R P H Y S T R E E T
Coco Camellia
Inspiration for a scandinavian living room in Melbourne with white walls, light hardwood floors and beige floor.
Danish Delight
Danish Delight
Inner Sanctum Interiors
Inspiration for a scandinavian dining room in Canberra - Queanbeyan with grey walls, medium hardwood floors, no fireplace and brown floor.
The Loft Renovation
The Loft Renovation
Your Home Designs
Scandinavian bedroom in Central Coast.
Golf avenue Mona vale dining room after
Golf avenue Mona vale dining room after
Interplan Property Styling
Photo of a scandinavian dining room in Sydney with beige walls, carpet and beige floor.
Williamstown - Project 1
Williamstown - Project 1
GIA Bathrooms & Kitchens
Scandinavian 3/4 bathroom in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, a curbless shower, orange tile, red tile, white tile, an integrated sink, multi-coloured floor, an open shower and white benchtops.
Martingale House
Martingale House
Ingrid Spelman - Architect @ Dunsborough Design
Inspiration for a scandinavian family room in Perth.
Forest Lodge Renovation
Forest Lodge Renovation
SFN Constructions
Design ideas for a scandinavian kitchen in Sydney.
House of H&G #5 by H&G Designs
House of H&G #5 by H&G Designs
H and G Designs
Kitchen Design by H&G Designs
Scandinavian kitchen in Sunshine Coast.
Scandinavian Kitchen
Scandinavian Kitchen
Kitchen Centre
Photo of a scandinavian home office in Hobart with white walls, carpet, a built-in desk and grey floor.
Case Studies: Neale Whitaker
Case Studies: Neale Whitaker
Cosentino Australia
This is an example of a scandinavian kitchen in Sydney.
Scandinavian Kitchen
Scandinavian Kitchen
This is an example of a scandinavian kitchen in Melbourne.
Custom balustrade
Custom balustrade
schemes & spaces
Staircase with new balustrade and recessed stair lights.
This is an example of a large scandinavian wood u-shaped staircase in Sydney with wood risers and metal railing.
Scandinavian design promotes the modern Scandinavian way of living: simple, functional and inspired by nature and the Nordic climate. The trend is popular worldwide with the driving force of powerhouse brands such as Marimekko and Ikea, and the Danish furniture and accessories brand Muuto.

What is Scandinavian architecture?


Nordic homes have clean lines and basic shapes. They incorporate nature into their architecture by using timber and other natural materials. In response to the Nordic climate, uninhabited large-scale windows are important as they bring in natural light. Open-plan layouts also help make Scandinavian homes feel lighter and brighter.

What is Scandinavian interior design?


Functional minimalism is the core to Scandinavian interior design. Scandinavian furniture is comfortable and low-key, artwork is soothing and the colour palette is muted. Scandinavian style is often built on a refreshing white canvas – white walls and white floors – with pops of colour added through furniture and (minimal) accessories. Spaces are clutter-free but full of rich textures and warm timber tones.

What is Scandinavian furniture?


Scandinavian furnishings are highly functional and feature simple, straight lines. They are easy to use and have a distinctive purpose in the home. Most Scandinavian furniture is made from timber, but leather and natural materials such as cotton and linen are also popular. Some popular Scandinavian furniture designers include Kai Kristiansen for his #42 dining chair and Hans Wegner for ‘the chair’.