Spring 2014 is…Scandi-licious

Spring 2014 is…Scandi-licious


Scandinavian simplicity meets fresh spring brights in an inviting and fashionable look set to trend this season. Relaxed yet refined, this new nordic story champions light-filled spaces, high-gloss finishes, playful graphics and the natural warmth of timber.

Packed with an inspiring selection from Domayne’s scandi-style range, our stunning New Wave Nordic look book – as seen in Real Living, Gourmet Traveller , Australian House & Garden and Belle – is full of fabulous ideas on styling this contemporary theme in your home. Here, we showcase the respective magazine editor’s lust-have nordic looks – and how to recreate ‘em:
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“This is such a fresh and bright look – I love that the rooms incorporate graphic pattern and lots of colour with simple and stylish décor to create a space that’s sophisticated and playful at the same time.” Deb Bibby, Real Living

Recreate this clean, breezy, uninhibited lounge-room with the luxurious ‘Mason’ 2.5-Seater Leather Sofa, sleek ‘Circ’ Coffee Table, industrial-chic ‘Studio’ Floor Lamp and ‘Zig Zag’ Cushion.

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“Combine white-washed floors, ash-toned timber furniture and simple white ceramics with splashes of colour – neon yellow, peach, mint, soft blues – for a fun and modern look in your dining space. Just add food and wine.” Anthea Loucas, Australian Gourmet Traveller.

Evoke the welcoming warmth of this dining setting (above) with the ‘Stockholm’ Dining Setting, ‘Migo’ Natural Pendant and quirky ‘Jayden’ Geometric Vase.

SpringBedroom2A-0045R“These cool and colourful spaces are balanced out with the warmth of tactile and material elements: natural and white-painted timbers, upholstered beds, woven rugs and baskets and knitted throws.” Lisa Green, Australian House & Garden.

Sleep in sophisticated Scandi style with the ‘Carlsen’ Bed featuring natural ash frame and vivid leather bedhead, ‘Kopa’ Table Lamp and multi-coloured ‘Trapeze’ Queen Quilt Cover Set.

SpringLoungeroomA-0063“Nordic style is typically very cool, simple and neutral. Injecting a mixed palette of soft and vivid colours, while keeping a base of timber and white tones, lends vitality and a modern edge.” Neale Whitaker.

Recreate the eye-catching lounge room scene above with the swingin’ sixties-inspired ‘Chester’ 3-Seater Fabric Sofa, ‘Retro’ Coffee Table, ‘Abstract’ Mirror and ‘Kopa’ Floor Lamp.

 

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