Home Styling

Thinking of selling or renting your property? Then this service is specifically designed for you.

This service can of course be used for a minor design change in a home you want to stay in as well, without going into any major structural alterations. Moving furniture around, adding lighting and decorative items, dressing a window or wallpapering a wall can revamp an entire home.

Home Styling

Interior Design

If you are looking for a full home-refurbishment or simply to re-vamp one of your existing rooms, we offer a full Design Service that will guide you and take care of it for you.

Our main objective is truly to make your home re-refurbishment process worry and hassle-free for you by taking care of every technical aspect.

Patio & Garden Design

Your garden provides invaluable additional space for you to expand your living area. in collaboration with Växtlivet Trädgårdsdesign – landscape architect – we will create the perfect outdoor space to suit your styles and needs.

Together with your input we transform your outdoor area into a dining room, cooking area, urban sanctuary or a chill out zone. .


Below we have gathered som answers to questions our customers usually have regarding the Scandinavian style home.

Let us know if you have any further questions. 

A Scandinavian home design for us, is marked by a focus on clean, simple lines, minimalism, and functionality without sacrificing beauty. It first came to prominence in the 1950s, around the same time as modern style took hold in America and Europe. Part of what makes it so aesthetically pleasing is it’s lack of clutter. It also includes the use of natural materials, such as leather, wood, linnen and hemp.

On the contrary. There’s one key difference between Scandinavian design and other minimalist spaces: the comfort level. While many minimalist interiors can come off feeling a little too stark or cold, Scandinavian spaces are meant to be warm and inviting. Cozy, comforting accents and natural materials are the key to that success.

Let’s try to sum up the most common denominators for Scandinavian interior design:

– Minimalist aesthetic
– Understated design that follows function
– Multifunctional and flexible designs
– Wood furniture and wood accents
– Light, neutral colors
– Muted and/or dark hues in addition to the light colours
– Decorative, statement pendant lights
– Tactile fabrics and natural textiles
– Plants and lush greenery
– Steel, brass, or copper accents

Scandinavian style interiors vary and may include different influences like industrial, boho, wabi sabi, zen (originated from Japan). This is why we really want to get to know our customers, to make sure to create a space that feels just right.