Lately I have been drawn to interiors that are minimal, functional, and more on the neutral side (which is actually shocking since I’m usually the girl who likes a room filled with pops of color). I think a room with less stuff in it allows our mind to feel more relaxed, and I know we could all use a little more of that 😉 So when I got a request from a client to do a minimalistic Scandinavian dining room project last week I couldn’t wait to get started!
I’ve heard of Scandinavian design, but was curious to learn more about what exactly makes a space Scandinavian style. Before I started digging into this project I did a little Wikipedia research. I learned that this particular design style is characterized by “simplicity, minimalism and functionality”. Looks like this new project was right in line with what my creative brain had been craving!
Last week I posted the concept board for this project over on instagram and it received a lot of love. So I thought it would be fun to create my own Scandinavian dining room design and today I am sharing the final look with direct sources so that you can recreate this design in your own home all for under $1,800!!!
I hope you are loving this design style as much as I am! If you don’t have any plans for the weekend head over to IKEA. The Scandinavia movement started in Sweden which is where Ikea is from, so their store is packed full of affordable Scandinavian home decor!
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