Scandinavian Style Interiors In Green

Botanical colour inspires this bunch of four Scandinavian style homes. Each contemporary interior space has been either coloured with lots of green decor or is home to revitalising living greenery. The array of indoor plants bring texture to the clean modern arrangements, and freshness to some neutral backdrops. If you’ve been looking for home style inspiration for green kitchens, beautiful botanical decor, green accent bedrooms, how to arrange a plethora of indoor plants, or ideas on how to bring greenery into a modern monochrome living room then you’re in the right place. This set of four home tours is sure to grow your love of all things leafy and green.


Visualizer: Trang Le  

The modern living room inside our first of four home tours is a clean space with a muted green sofa. The quietly coloured accent piece works well with natural wood tone and rattan elements in the room. Monochrome modern art provides extra interest on the sofa wall, alongside a cool floor lamp.

Wood and white nesting coffee tables stand on a white area rug in the lounge. A media cabinet lightly underlines a wall mounted tv. One end of the tv wall has been screened off to house a zen display of items against a green background.

Black and white tile fills the floor in the home entryway. The backrest of a black bench seat is separated from its base, and attaches to the wall instead to give a bespoke look. Monochrome wall cabinets have been arranged in a backward ‘c’ shape, which forms an ideal shelf for an indoor plant in the centre nook; a solo LED spotlight illuminates its leaves.

Two black dining room pendant lights lights dangle above a wooden dining table. A green bar provides colour to the scene.

The muted green kitchen is enlivened by a glass door at one end. The kitchen floor is covered with the same black and white floor tile as used in the home entryway to achieve a cohesive interior design.

Inside the minimalist bedroom there is a wide green headboard design that also spans the space behind a home office area.

The familiar black and white floor covering makes another appearance in the bathroom, though in here the scheme is strictly monochrome, providing a pause from green accents.


Visualizer: Maxim Shpinkov  

Pink and green scatter cushions and pastel coloured wall art introduce colour to the living room of home tour number two.

The pink and green accents have beautiful contrast.

A plethora of indoor plants grace this space, taking in the sunlight on the window sill, and bringing colour to the coffee table.

A white hallway connects the living areas.

Hanging planters rain down the kitchen window.

More hanging plants decorate a neat kitchen dining nook.

The abundant living greenery lifts the look of a grey and white one wall kitchen.

A chrome sink and faucet add a clean sheen.

The living room sofa faces a glass wall bedroom, accessed via double doors.

Black framework gives the glass a contemporary look.

Inside the clear volume, a blue bedroom scheme has a cosy and intimate look. Lacy sheers soften the visual of the glass partition.

Cut glass bedroom pendant lights twinkle at each side of the bed.

A comfortable reading chair is upholstered in white and gold geometric fabric, which is wonderfully reflective in the light of the window. White paintwork stops short on the legs of a small side table, revealing warm wood tone.

Gold and green elements work harmoniously together.

Different height plants have been arranged over a glass side table, and a smaller wooden bench to give a layered look.

A wood bench, mini rug and set of hooks make a comy coat and shoe nook.


Visualizer: Andy Prasetyo  

The living room in tour number three is accessorised with a beautiful botanical art print. A neat wooden side table holds some quirky animal figurines.

The white living room is dotted with black accessories to add weight to the light and airy aesthetic.

A sputnik chandelier hangs low over the lounge coffee table, glass globe shades shining.

Kitchen bar stools line up along both sides of a peninsula that divides the small kitchen from the lounge.

Mismatched planters bring a homey feel to the white kitchen.

More plants appear amongst the crockery on some open kitchen shelving.


Visualizer: Aleksandra Alekseenko  

The final tour features a small living room that receives borrowed light from a glass wall bedroom. A swing arm wall lamp provides task lighting over the sofa.

A dark grey painted tv wall matches the shade of the modern sofa. The lower half of the wall is solid white, featuring a white fire surround and black fireplace screen.

The partition wall between the bedroom and lounge displays the Elevations poster series by Studio Esinam.

Green decor colours the glass wall bedroom volume.

A home office desk stands opposite the bedroom, decorated with a La plume poster, and a few indoor plants for company.

To the side of the home office area there is a relaxed swing seat for times of contemplation or reading.

The bottle green accent wall inside the bedroom has rough brick texture.

White macramé lays crisp against the dark painted brickwork.

Botanical themed wallpaper covers the hallway in whimsical leaf print.

Wood wall cladding and an Ikea Stockholm vanity mirror tie in with the nature vibe.

The scheme is anchored by a black and white runner and black framed furniture.

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