Decorating Scandinavian Interiors With Oriental Rugs

What comes to mind when you think of Scandinavian design?

Maybe minimalist furniture with clean lines, fresh white walls, and pops of color from textiles and accessories.

But what if we told you that you could achieve this look with a Oriental rug? It might not be the first image that comes to mind, but incorporating a Oriental rug can help add dimension and design to your Scandi space!

Here are some of our top tips for styling your space with Scandinavian influences and Oriental rugs.

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Scandinavian Interiors Features Minimalist Aesthetic With Clean Lines And Simple Shapes.

What Is Scandinavian Design

Scandinavian interior design style is a popular choice for modern homes. It features a minimalist aesthetic with clean lines and simple shapes. Furniture and decor are typically light in color with natural materials like wood and stone used extensively.

Key elements of the Scandinavian style include a focus on function and simplicity, an emphasis on natural materials, and cool, muted colors. If you’re looking to create a minimalist, airy look in your home, the Scandinavian style is a great option.

The key elements of this style are:

  • Natural Materials – Lots of emphasis on materials that are raw and natural such as wood, stone and natural textiles like wool and cottons.
  • Clean lines and simplicity – Scandinavian design does not use any intricate or ornate details to decorate a space, simplicity is key to this style!
  • Minimalistic – This style is known for it relaxed and uncluttered aesthetic, so it is important to keep decor focused on necessity and choosing pieces that are based on function.
Scandinavian Interiors Focus On Function And Simplicity.

How To Style

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to styling Scandinavian interior design, as the style can be adapted to fit a range of different aesthetics and preferences. However, there are some key elements that are often associated with Scandinavian design, and following these guidelines can help you create a cohesive look in your home.

One of the most distinctive features of Scandinavian design is the use of natural materials. Wood is a common feature in Scandinavian homes, as it is both functional and beautiful – it can be used for flooring, paneling, ceilings and furniture. Stone and brick are also popular materials in Scandinavia, as they can add texture and warmth to a space.

In addition to using natural materials, Scandinavian designers often focus on simplicity and functionality. Furniture is typically clean-lined and simple, with few embellishments. This minimalist aesthetic can create a sense of calmness and serenity in a space. Additionally, many Scandinavian homes make use of open spaces and light colors, which can make a room feel larger and more airy.

If you’re looking to create a Scandinavian-inspired space in your home, start by incorporating some of these key elements.

  • Use natural materials such as wood, wool and stone
  • Keep the color palette neutral with shades of white, beige, grey and black with pops of color
  • Use light colors to create a bright and airy atmosphere
  • Opt for minimalist furniture and accessories
  • Create a sense of balance and symmetry in your design.
The Sheen And Texture Of Silk And Wool Rug Give It A Look Of Opulence You'll Never See In Rugs Made Of Other Fabric.

How Oriental Rugs Can Bring Scandinavian Style To Your Home

Natural Materials

Oriental rugs are a great way to add some natural material to your home. They are made from materials like wool and silk, which give them a natural look and feel. Additionally, Oriental rugs are known for their intricate designs, which can really add some character to your home.

Silk and wool rugs have lovely natura sheen and texture that are unlike any other material. The natural elements provide the scandinavian design style.

This Oushak 8’10”x11’10” is a great option made from handspun Ghazni wool. The use of natural dyes also allows even more natural elements to be present in the space.This gives the rugs a natural color palette that are created from things like seeds, flowers, leaves and nuts.

Oushak 8'10'' x 11'10''

Color Palette

There are many different ways to approach color when designing a Scandinavian inspired interior. Many people think of using light, airy colors like white, beige and light green. While these colors can certainly be used, they are by no means the only options.

A more modern approach might involve using darker, richer colors to create a more sophisticated look. Some great options for this type of design include shades of purple, blue and black. No matter which colors you choose, make sure to use them in moderation to avoid creating a chaotic or over-stimulating space.

Oriental rugs are a great option because they are available in a wide range of colors including the classic pale and cool colors of Scandinavian design to bold and bright tones.

White And Beige Are Usually The Colors Incorporated In Scandi Design But Darker, Richer Colors of Blue And Black Can Be Used Too.

Cool-Toned Oriental Rugs

This Oushak 6’9”x9’5” is a one of a kind floral rug that uses light blues that are popular within Scandinavian design styles.

Oushak 6'9'' x 9'5''

Neutral Muted Oriental Rugs

This Oushak 3’1” x 4’9” uses vegetable dyes to create a floral design within a brown field with ivory border. Making it a subtle base for your room with elements of functionality and pattern.

Oushak 3'1'' x 4'9''

If you are looking for a way to add some subtle patterns and color to your neutral and subdued Scandinavian interior designs, consider incorporating a Oriental rug.

Oriental rugs can bring in touches of natural material and natural dyes that add visual interest but still maintain the desire to incorporate natural elements into Scandi design.

Oriental Rugs Can Easily Incorporate Natural Elements Into Scandi Design Interior.

When choosing a Oriental rug, be sure to select one that will complement the other elements in your space – for example, if you have lots of wood furniture, choose a rug with warmer colors and tones to accentuate the look.

Have you ever tried using a Oriental rug in your Scandinavian interior design?

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