Every year the Scandinavian style in the interior is becoming more and more popular all over the world. This trend is due to very simple rustic motifs and original details create a cozy and warm atmosphere.
And although cosmetics Aesop is not Scandinavian roots, this Australian brand is very fond of Western Europeans. First and foremost conscious Scandinavians appreciate its natural composition and abundance of plant-based ingredients. Like most organic brands, the basic principle of Aesop is that the skin need to take care of those that gives nature itself. No small role plays the design of cosmetic products. Concise and understated, it perfectly fits into the Instagram-profiles and interior kitchens and bathrooms modern Scandinavians.
Decor from Numero 74
Numero 74 is a Spanish brand of home decor created by cousins from France and Italy. It is noteworthy that all brand products are made by hand in Thailand and is enjoying unprecedented popularity around the world. The founders of the brand believe that the secret to the success of Numero 74 is the use of high quality materials and unique color palette. Especially popular among glorifying family values, the Scandinavians are the elements of decor for children’s rooms.
Decorative basket of seaweed Belly Basket from the famous brand Bloomingville was originally conceived as a modern alternative to pots. However, resourceful Housewives have found hundreds of different ways to use this stylish element of decor. Some keep it in children’s toys, other fruits, and some even came up to put in the basket of a Christmas tree.
The Scandinavians know that the easiest way to freshen up the interior – decorate it with plants. Welcome not only succulents and dried flowers, but also armfuls of flowers. They add to the interior appearance of naturalness and a kind of fabulous wild forests. Especially beautiful flowers combined with decorative animal figures.
Candles in Denmark, everywhere. Seriously, they were lit even in the classroom and in the office peregovorah! They are a symbol of life and happiness and family well-being. Candles placed in beautiful candlesticks. Scandinavian must-have candle holder in the shape of a cube, actually, it’s called Kubus. By the way, if you practice the Prince of hygge to the end of the candle must be white.