You're most likely familiar with the beautifully humble style of Scandinavian interior design. This marriage of rustic style and minimalism has been trending for quite a while, gracing many modern households. The reason for this is mainly due to the growing popularity of a certain Scandinavian mantra known as hygge — the Nordic art of comfort and coziness. It's no surprise that Scandinavian interiors are often designed with Hygge in mind. If you're planning on this style for your next remodel, you'll find that its minimalist elements will make the process quite easy. Since comfort starts in the bedroom, the most formidable of which are the ones that exude a soothing aura, you can bring the hygge into your sleeping space with style and ease.
Keep the Colors Subtle
In Scandinavian countries like Sweden, the days are often very short and the sunlight is rather scarce. Scandinavians have adapted to these conditions by opting for a lightly colored interior to maximize brightness. White, grey, and beige mainly dominate the palette. However, you could incorporate a few subtle pastels for accents such as throw blankets and pillows. For instance, you could choose eggshell white for the wall, two shades of gray for the bedwear, and pastel color of your choice — say pink? — for one of the throw pillows. Beige will be present in other elements such as flooring and furniture framing.