Scandinavian wallpaper is all about making more simple, pure and yet fully functional. Scandinavian design emerged in the 1950s and became popular again from the 1990s. It is characterized by simple designs, minimalism, functionality, and generally inexpensive mass production proven on a large superstore in IKEA.
One of the principles of design Scandinavian wallpaper is that symmetry. Informality happen with the simplicity of the furniture and the lack of view but symmetry is also important, but as simple as two candleholders put side by side or two seats, both sides of the drawer or writing bureau. painted furniture is central to this design so buy a few seats in the auction and apply several coats of paint and you’ll be well on your way to creating this look in your home decor.
White is one of the main colors for design Scandinavian wallpaper, it’s not all about stripes of blue and white. However, it is becoming more popular now to add a shot of color – be it black, gray, yellow, or injections of any color – it is the whole simplicity of design that makes it a success as a display Scandinavia. Bare wood is important to see Scandinavia, such as paint.