Published at Wednesday, 06 June 2018. Sofas. By Maritza Clemens.
Nordic design embraces negative space. Since Nordic design is so simplistic, it should come as no surprise that less is more. Here, each room’s function should be the star of the show. Instead of muddling that purpose with clutter, let negative space help bring it into focus. To do this effectively, your best bet is to start from scratch. Remove all the items from the space and, once you have a blank canvas, move them back in piece by piece.
To really up the drama, hang a glittering gold chandelier overhead. Perfect for curling up with your morning coffee or gathering friends for a movie marathon, this 79" sofa is a must-have for your den or living room look. Crafted from wood and plastic in the USA, its frame is padded with foam-stuffed cushions and features solid-hued microfiber upholstery. Extra plush arms and subtle tufting along the back lend comfort to this three-seater, even better topped off with the throw blankets and pillows of your choice.
Tweak those until you find your perfect balance. Since the style was founded on integrating form and function, focusing on comfort and embracing “less is more,” it’s easy to see why so many people are obsessed with Nordic design. That said, we know that re-creating an aesthetic can be much harder than it seems at first glance. Our tips on how to embrace Scandinavian design can help you construct a look you love.
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