Start your first spring projects with new motivation and freshen up your interior.

Top current is the style: Japandi. A cozy living trend that will be with us all year: For all those who like to live hyggelig and close to nature.

To help you keep track, we have summarized the characteristics of the 2022 living styles.

Soli | Devana | Credit: Tobias Stern

The Scandi style is based on no-frills design, clear lines and Nordic simplicity. The Scandinavians cannot do without a focus on nature, as they have the largest forestry industry in Europe. Light woods and soft, natural colors in home textiles create a sense of calm and peace.
That's why this style is so popular in these fast-paced times we live in. In addition, Scandinavian winters are cold and people bring their homes to life with details in expressive colors. Nature motifs and fantastical creatures cavort on pillowcases and tea lights, hopefully carrying you through the dark season. Warmth comes through the subtle interior concept.


Devana X | Credit: Tobias Stern

Less is more is the motto here. We are all too familiar with so-called minimalism. Selected designer pieces find their place in a large open space. The simple interior is primarily functional, with few decorative accents. Black, white and gray set the color tone.
A few colorful accents are provided by accessories and textiles. High-gloss fronts and stainless steel add the finishing touches to a modern interior and emphasize its simple elegance.

Vesina | Credit: Tobias Stern

Japandi: Japanese and Scandinavian living values combined. Scandinavian clarity meets Japanese closeness to nature. The result is a minimalist aesthetic with cozy warmth. Light wood, organic shapes and natural materials make the cozy home truly hyggelig.

What these two very different cultures have in common is the straightforwardness, functionality and purist design of the furniture. Both styles emphasize quality over quantity - less is more. The color palette of Scandi furniture in light colors meets the dark tones of Japanese accents. Brown, beige, terracotta, gray and black are the dominant colors.

Rubi | Neva | Credit: Tobias Stern

The loft flair of the Industrial style is open and rustic. The style originated in the 1960s and 1970s as an artist movement in major cities around the world. Abandoned factories were converted into apartments. The charm of the factories inspired designers of the time and is reflected today in functional metal furniture and contrasting concrete and wood. Rough, unfinished and angular is what a room looks like at first glance. But high ceilings, light-filled windows and homey accessories create a very special atmosphere.
It's a style that encourages creativity and where signs of wear, like peeling furniture paint, leave a casual flair. Rustic wood gives the factory charm a cozy warmth and invites you to live.