The 5 Pieces You Need For The Perfect Scandinavian Home

by Jennifer Wagner Schmidt

If you are a follower of design, then you already know that the white-hot trend of Scandinavian design is all over Pinterest, Instagram and every lifestyle blog we know ofWe too are smitten with the organic nature, textures and simplicity of Scandinavian design and some of its hallmark elements – white floors, textured accessories such as Moroccan wedding blankets, baskets, soft, fuzzy rugs underfoot and of course neutral upholstery.

We’ve found 5 perfect (and oh-so-affordable) pieces to transform your home to get this look.

White Twill Sofa 

Always neutral, this white sofa is the perfect anchor to a room! Add textured throw pillows to complete your look.

CB2 Austin Chair

This simple, clean-lined chair can be used as either an accent chair or a dining chair. Pull it up to any table and you have instant design “cred.” 

 Vintage Inspired Moroccan Shag Rug

Plush underfoot and Pinterest-worthy, this rug will have your guests thinking you spent a fortune. It’ll be our secret that you didn’t break the bank.

 Marble Side Table 

This simple, classic side table with marble top is the perfect small-space solution for an end table and will never go out of style.

Chunky Handmade Knit Throw Blanket 

Texture is key when incorporating Scandinavian – inspired design elements, include this gorgeous blanket in your design for a little “wow” factor.

Which piece is your favorite? 

Jennifer Wagner Schmidt is the owner of Washington, D.C. area-based interior design firm JWS Interiors.

She was named by Harper’s Bazaar as its “Fabulous At Every Age” winner for an inspiring woman in her 30s. Her work has been featured in numerous publications and blogs such as Home & DesignDominoGoodHousekeeping.comThe Washington PostTheEverygirlThe Glitter GuideRue Magazine, and more. 

Instagram @jwsinteriors

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