The Scandinavian style is about being connected to nature, not about looking cool.

That’s why Danish interior designer Daniel Sørensen has been designing the modernist home in his native country since he was 16.

The result?

A timeless yet modern-looking house that blends Scandinavian architecture with the timeless design aesthetic of Scandinavian furniture.

Read more Read More “The idea is to take what is beautiful in a country and apply it to a home,” he told Mashable.

“It’s a very Scandinavian way of thinking, which means we always try to look at things as a part of a whole and not only a specific piece of furniture.”

Here are the top five Scandinavian design trends to watch out for when it comes to Scandinavian design.1.

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