CRISP: The new-scandinavian look in your interior.
When we think of a Scandinavian interior, we think of light colors and a minimalist interior. Maestro introduces one of her 5 moods: CRISP, where soft pastels and striking accents elevate the Scandinavian look to the next level. The Crisp philosophy is all about the fresh, surprising and now: contemporary innovations combined with a feminine aesthetic. With playful shapes and clean lines, Crisp represents a special urban feel.
In Scandinavian style 2.0, pastels and light woods lead the way. A few bright accents will complete your Scandinavian look. The result is a play between soft and industrial.
It’s not just the herbed köttbullar, Stieg Larsson’s blood-curdling thrillers and the pumping beats of Avicii that have got us completely under their spell. Scandinavian interior design can also be found everywhere you go. Just like a good wine, Nordic design just keeps getting better. Today, clean lines, natural materials and geometric shapes coalesce with warm and fresh pastel colours. It’s also about how cosy furniture, sophisticated accessories and well-thought out wall and ceiling finishes create for a modern ambience that at the same time radiates warmth.
Snuggly fabrics and sturdy materials have the upper hand in the new Scandinavian design. Pastel-coloured velvet, a carpet you can deliciously let your feet sink into, or a soft leather seat: the more comfort it exudes, the better.
When we think of a Scandinavian interior, we think of light colors and a minimalist interior. In the Scandinavian style 2.0. beautiful pastels bring just that little extra to the table. Round shapes in tables, lamps, accessories and furniture provide a beautiful contrast in combination with the clean lines. Bye bye to the well-known classic Scandinavian style, welcome to the Scandinavian style 2.0.