10 COZY AND CALM COLOURFUL SCANDINAVIAN BEDROOMS

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After planning my own bedroom and wanting to add a bit of colour, I realized how cozy and calm it made the room feel. Many people associate Scandinavian interior with white and a minimal neutral palette, but during the 1970s the Nordic region was actually obsessed with strong, bold colours, which is a trend we see coming back more and more. Whether you go bold or subtle, adding a bit of colour in your bedroom will help it become a tranquil and homely space. Which colour is your favourite?

Here are 10 bedrooms that perfectly shows how adding colours can create a home that oozes of hygge:

1 // Let’s start with soft blue, which adds a cool and calm vibe in your bedroom. This one seen on Entrance is just that…

2 // Dark green can be an excellent choice, as it makes the room feel tranquil. This Swedish bedroom found on Stadshem is a lovely, green oasis I would love to fall asleep in.

3 // Or what about a lighter green shade as seen in Residence Magazine?

4 // Turquoise is a great hue for your bedroom, as it has both warm and cool elements. Look at this beautiful dark blueish green tone in a bedroom spotted on Coco Lapine Design blog. Dreamy…

5 // And talking about turquise, what about this paler version seen on My Scandinavian Home blog?

6 // Beige is not boring, and especially with a darker tone as spotted here on Cate St Hill’s blog. Calm and very inviting if you ask me.

7 // Dusky pink is a great colour to use in a bedroom for a cozy, warm look without going too strong. This charming bedroom was found via Kvarteret Makleri.

8 // What about a warm terracotta shade as spotted on Mia’s Instagram (@still_sunday).

9 // This dark brown colour can make your bedroom feel relaxing and calm. Styled by Kråkvik&D’Orazio.

10 // Mustard yellow is everywhere at the moment. This trend can be tricky to add without going overboard, but what about painting half the wall as seen on Karwei blog?

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Hi there! My name is Ingrid Opstad, I am originally from a little town in Norway but currently living near Milan, Italy with my boyfriend & dog. I have a Master Degree in graphic design, but I am also working as a freelance journalist for Scan Magazine. That Scandinavian Feeling is a place for me to share my knowledge and love for Scandinavia; touching upon everything from interiors, design, lifestyle and hygge.
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  1. Hi, I am now planning to paint our apartment (home to be) in Sydney. I really like the blue color in the first picture and the pink color in the 13th picture. Do you mind letting me know the color code for these two? Thanks a lot :)

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