In the Nordic countries the climate has greatly influenced the disposition of both public and private interior spaces: the great cold made the Scandinavians concentrate their attention on design research, to improve the quality of life. This means that the Nordic design has as its objective the balance between functionality and form, minimalism and material, aesthetics and costs.
Nature is the first source of inspiration for the Scandinavians; the link between man and the environment is present since the genesis of a project, where objects are designed in relation to the context in which they are inserted to create harmony between the parties. Wood is the primary material that, in addition to being available on site, has insulating properties; to be used on floors, chairs, tables and also for wall coverings. Light is the second fundamental element and for this reason large and luminous windows are present. The latter are often without a screen, so the curtains are used only for privacy reasons, in light and strictly white fabrics. Another fundamental element is essentiality. The colors are neutral, while the shapes have organic and essential lines. Plants that give a touch of natural green and sometimes even small trees are inserted into the spaces.
The Scandinavian style for its sobriety, cleanliness and rigor, is suitable for modern homes as well as being easily adaptable to any type of home.