Primitive Icelandic Designs and Nordic Designs tend to bring the natural landscape beauty of Iceland and primitive era to the interiors of your house. With subtle, yet unrefined material, furniture, mosaic artworks, and wall finishing, these designs paint the house with raw energy, while breathing life into every molecule of it.
Nordic designs foster simplicity with a hint of minimalism while retaining the functionality of the environment. Primitive Icelandic designs fall under the category of Nordic designs, along with all the other Scandinavian countries and their interior designs.
Mute and subdued colors are among the elemental ingredients of powerful and beautiful Nordic designs. With the help of appropriate custom mosaic artwork and furniture, the entire house can be engulfed in a thick veil of the Nordic aura. The colors act as a backdrop to make the entire house feel light, airy and bright.
The next important factor is the simple, clean and aesthetic furniture to go along with the overall feel of the entire house. Furthermore, those who are familiar with IKEA will know that the Nordic designs emphasize on using natural material with simple finish and designs. The furniture screams simplicity but is functional and graceful when put to comparison with the mid-century modern designs.
Each room and space acts as its own star in Nordic design. Rather than filling up space with unnecessary elements, the Nordic designers prefer a minimalist approach to the design. Less is better, and every room must only have the elements suited to its individual purpose.
Moreover, Nordic designs accentuate the warmth and the welcoming aura of the house. With the perfect mosaic design placement, you can bind the entire design together in every room.
Mosaic artworks feel mid-modernistic, however, they can be used to deliver the finishing touches to the Nordic designs. Nordic designs are always open to simple and minimalist interior options, as long as they don’t fall into contrast with the overall design.
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Originally published at www.mosaicslab.com on March 6, 2019.