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Simply Scandi fabrics

Explore our range of fabrics which are influenced by Scandinavian design! Featuring uplifting colours and playful patterns, this collection of modern Scandinavian curtain fabric and scandi upholstery fabrics are sure to bring charm into interiors.

Scandinavian fabric is bright and bold and ideal for bringing a cheerful feeling into any rooms within a home. Scandi fabric are a great why of bringing eye catching colour and pattern into interiors, our range of Scandinavian cotton fabric can be used for a range of soft furnishings including curtains, blinds, cushions and various upholstery.

Bright and bold scandi fabric

Bright and bold scandi fabric

Scandi fabrics are bright and bold and also have a mid-century feel about them so can also be used if you want to bring a classic retro feel into your home. Scandi fabric designs are fun and quirky and can be mixed and matched with other patterns to bring a relaxed atmosphere, yet eclectic look to your room.

Scandinavian fabric can be used in any rooms within a home, they would look great when added into a kitchen to add pops of colour in a blind or bench seat. Additionally scandi fabrics would work well when introduced into a child's room and made into cushions, bean bags or curtains.

These colourful Scandinavian fabrics will create a joyful feel and add interest and personality into rooms.

Add texture with rugs

Add texture with rugs

To show these bright Scandi fabrics off to their best you can keep walls and floors plain. Walls are best kept white, this is great for reflecting the light and used in the majority of Scandinavian homes to keep them bright during the long winter days. We also have many grey days in the UK so this colour will also work well in British interiors.

Scandinavian homes generally do not have wall to wall carpets and their preference is for light wooden floors. Wood is a very practical choice for floors as it is easy to keep clean, if you want to soften the look and add some texture then introduce some rugs into your scheme.

Clean lines sum up Scandinavian furniture design. Wood is used a great deal - this can be light and natural or white and bright. You could also paint one piece in a bright colour to make a statement in your room for example a chest of drawers or a table. 

Accessorise with bright accents

Normally this look is quite minimalist so choose accessories carefully. Use an accent colour taken from the curtain fabric and add a bright vase or statement lamp to your room to create a flowing scheme.

If you wanted to be really authentic then you could add a corner fireplace or woodburner to your room, unlike the UK where fireplaces are the focal point of the room, Scandinavians tend to put their fireplaces in the corner. This will add a touch of warmth and cosiness to your scheme.

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