5 easy Danish interior design looks you: a) will love, b) want to copy, c) can afford

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We’re always on the look out for fabulous living room ideas (and, actually, every other room idea). And anything Scandi style is right up our street. So imagine our delight when we discovered that ‘Danish interior design’ is trending on Pinterest. We want in.

So, we’ve created a quick dip gallery of our favourite Danish-style rooms. Not all of them are in Denmark; not all of them are strictly Danish… but they all capture the spirit with simple, timeless, light-enhancing colour schemes, pared back furniture, fabulous accessories that add plenty of character and, of course, bags of comfort.

1. Danish interior design in a kitchen? It’s about texture

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(Image credit: Ibens and Niels Ahlberg/inagency.dk)

You may think ‘oh yes, Danish interior design, it’s all about streamlined, shiny surfaces and no character’, but actually, the very best Danish homes (or homes emulating that look) have bags of character… which means texture, a neutral (but not monochrome) colour scheme, and lots of great accessories. This room above is our very favourite approach: a colour scheme that features all the shades of grey pebble beaches; lots of reclaimed wood; and antique finds that give the room personality. Love it.

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