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The more we live in the North, the more we are looking for light and warmth ... We all know the warm and cocooning atmosphere of homes in Finland or Sweden. This comforting atmosphere, the basis of which is the combination of white, raw and light wood, the refined that is called the Scandinavian style. In Sweden, in Stockholm, we bathe in this spirit, but we also like red and patterned fabrics. So how do you integrate all of these elements into a living room? For a Stockholm-style living room, you will need: - Scandinavian style furniture of course, with a combination of light wood furniture such as ash for example, and white painted wood furniture. Your living room should be sufficiently open and bright and you should not load the space with too many decorative items. On the contrary, we will have to play the minimalism card. - The materials used must be materials that embody softness and warmth, so you can opt for sheepskins on the floor and choose a fabric sofa. - It is in terms of colors and patterns that you can have fun for a more typical Swedish atmosphere. You can for example choose a red fabric sofa and some decorative elements of the same tone. Why red in Sweden, you will ask me? Because this color is at the origin, the color of the Dalarna horse, this small wooden toy appeared in the 18th century, carved by woodcutters for their children and has become over time one of the symbols of Sweden. - This little red horse was then decorated with different floral patterns, modernized, updated patterns, which you can use on the covers of your cushions, on your plaids and even on your living room carpet with a touch of red and blue, for a little side Swedish folklore! Get inspired! Our "Deco design" videos