scandinavian modern dining room
Courtesy of Nordic Knots.

Scandinavian Modern might just be this season’s hottest style. It’s the perfect combination of cozy and modern for when those days get shorter and those nights get longer. You can read more about the history of the style here. But if you’re just eager to get the look for yourself, keep reading!

Atomic Ranch curates the best of Mid Century Modern Design to share with our readers. Some of the products you’ll see featured in this story are affiliate links, which means that if you click through and make a purchase, AR will earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.

The Living Room

scandinavian modern living room
Courtesy of The Lovely Drawer.

Bright, airy and modern are three words that describe this London living room. Here’s how you can get the look for yourself:

Bring in houseplants, real or faux, for pops of green. // A comfy and stylish sectional is the perfect canvas for some Mid Mod styling. // Contrasting texture, like these baskets or this rug, is an easy way to provide visual interest to a space.

The Kitchen

scandinavian modern kitchen
Courtesy of Hello Refuge via Architectural Digest.

Who says you can have too much wood? After seeing this kitchen, not us. The Mid Mod profile of this kitchen pairs perfectly with the enticing wood grain. Here’s how to get this look:

A linear tile backsplash adds character without being too distracting. // A statement vase with a few stems of greenery can go a long way in brightening things up. // Bring some wood grain into your own kitchen with easy-to-apply contact paper or with wooden handles.

The Dining Room

scandinavian modern dining room
Courtesy of Nordic Knots.

Neutral tones and simple decor mean that the furniture in this dining room take center stage. The wood + weave combo on the chairs is a Scandinavian Modern classic, and brings elegance and warmth to the space. Here’s how you get the look:

A light oak table is a classic for a reason. // The basket-weave wood chairs bring a pop of style to the table. // Tie the room together and bring definition to the space with this neutral rug.

The Bedroom

scandinavian modern bedroom
Courtesy of Camille Styles.

Cozy, calming and clutter-free are the first few things that come to mind when looking at the Scandinavian Modern bedroom. Earthy tones easily mesh alongside understated textures. Here’s how you can get the look:

A linen duvet cover brings plenty of style and comfort. // Think outside the box when it comes to nightstands—a simple stool can do the trick nicely. // Wooden picture frames ground the space and provide warmth against the off-white walls.

If you want to know more about Scandinavian Modern, check out Scandinavian Modern Style: Sleek, Organic And Timeless.  And of course, don’t forget to follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest for more Mid Century Modern inspiration!