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15 Scandinavian Kids Room Designs

Tue, Jul 16, 2013 | 5-7, 8-11, Kids room | By julia

Decoration of a kid’s room in Scandinavian style is not a spread phenomenon in design. And it is a pity! This ethnic trend perfectly meets all the requirements for the interior design for the little ones. The shapes of kid’s furniture are simple and functional, materials are only natural, and the color palette is based on white (walls, floor, furniture), sometimes combined with dark colors. Red, yellow, green and other bright colors are usually reserved for bedding, posters; and even toys that are part of the decor. It seems to me very wise to have a white base of a kids’ room design and to play with the rest of the elements. And what do you think?

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