Give yourself the Scandinavian-inspired interior of your dreams, a room filled with light wood accents, warm colours, and rounded edges.

Light and airy blonde wood

There’s no denying that blonde wood is having a bit of a moment. From light oak, pine, maple, and even beech, it’s safe to say blonde wood is back in style, marking a return to classic and comforting values. This endlessly versatile material goes with just about everything, which is why it’s a key element in Scandinavian design. Blonde wood’s ability to blend into any surrounding while infusing a sense of lightness into your décor has made it a trendy choice, no matter the era.

Mellow out

Filling your space with rounded edges is a quick and easy way to create a calm and inviting atmosphere. Furniture and accent pieces with soft lines are so in right now, likely a response to the difficult and stressful times we’ve collectively experienced these past few months and years.

Accent chair Enea, sideboard Easton, table Nibba and dining chairs Nevana

One fantastic example would be the solid ash nightstands from the Nibba collection, whose vertical wood slats and rounded lines will instantly lighten up and soften your bedroom’s design in that perfectly scandi way. Meanwhile, in the living room, curl up in the retro-futuristic Elvea accent chair. You’ll also want to lighten up the place — literally — with floor lamp with rounded shade, like the all-new Widria. Its textured, vintage-inspired light bulb will bathe your home in softness and warmth.

Rounded edges are a quick and easy way to create a calm and inviting atmosphere.

Colour your world

Let’s face it: Neutral tones will always be in style. Beiges, whites, and grays all look incredible together, just as good as they do with any other decor. You almost can’t go wrong. But that doesn’t mean they have to be the only hues in your home. After all, spring is (finally) here, so don’t be shy to welcome its multitude of colours in!

Whether vibrant, pastel, or contrasting, embrace all that colour has to offer. Everything from wall paint to furniture and accent pieces can be the perfect showcase for your favourite colours. While they don’t all have to be as daring as Pantone’s colour of the year, Very Peri, you’ll find that most will complement a wide array of materials, such as wood, glass, metal, and stone. No matter which option you choose, a splash of colour is a simple way to elevate your home.

Vases for days

Changing up your home’s decor might just be as simple as adding a vase. These design-focused accessories seamlessly blend into any space while maintaining a whimsical and eclectic vibe. Available in a variety of styles, colours, and materials such as glass, porcelain, or terracotta, vases present endless possibilities. From oversized ones on the floor to a collection of smaller ones on a shelf, any and every kind of vase can help break the monotony of any room. While vases even look fantastic empty, filling them with a lush bouquet, branches, or dried flowers can add a touch of natural vibrance.

Drawer Nibba, vases Estella and Neama

Let the end of winter breathe new life and beauty into your home. Elevate interiors with blonde woods that go with everything. Create an inviting space filled with pieces with rounded edges. And don’t forget to be daring and joyful with your colour choices, whether that’s on your walls, furniture, or accent pieces. That’s what spring is all about.