Those who have a penchant for classic furniture can consider equipping their interiors with eclectic Scandinavian furniture. The popularity of Scandinavian furniture was laid in the hands of the Swedish and Danish designers of the 60s due to use of natural wood and clean-line designs in furniture. 2 or 3 seat sofas with tufted bench seat is a 60s inspiration adopted by those who have an eye for vintage decor.
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The contemporary Scandinavian furnishing is all about an unsullied blend of aesthetic appeal and functionality. Keeping the characteristic natural wood finish unaltered, modern furniture of Scandinavian design style is characterized by their straight and clean look with minimal ornamentation. Chairs and sofas tufted with high density foam and swathed in Italian leather will make your interior enviable to your consociates.
Suppose you want your bedroom to be decked with Scandinavian furniture, you can consider a mix-n-match of the traditional and contemporary for a unique interior. Beds are available with sufficient storage provision where you can stuff your throws when not in use. The Catalina Bed is an example of an elegant piece of furniture of Scandinavian design which can change the entire look of your bedroom by its regal presence.
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Scandinavian furniture is usually made of walnut, oak or teak wood and is therefore may stress your pocket if you are a spendthrift. However, if you select your furniture judiciously, it will be worth your expenditure.