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Interior design trends for Autumn featuring Nordic Notes

Interior design trends for Autumn featuring Nordic Notes
Interior design trends for Autumn featuring Nordic Notes
Interior design trends for Autumn featuring Nordic Notes
Interior design trends for Autumn featuring Nordic Notes
Interior design trends for Autumn featuring Nordic Notes

This week, Nordic Notes was featured on the Little Scandinavian blog in an interior design guide to autumn trends.

Bianca from Little Scandinavian asked five industry experts to share their top tips and how to incorporate these seasonal changes into the home.

It’s a lovely comprehensive post with advice from some of my favourite interiors and lifestyle bloggers – which you can read here. There is something for everyone no matter what your style, plus it also gave me the chance to revisit some of my recent posts for inspiration.

With fantastic Nordic family lifestyle features, including easy healthy recipes and some truly amazing travel ideas, Little Scandinavian blog is always a must read for me.

Here’s my piece as featured on Little Scandinavian blog;

Trends by Nicola Capper at Nordic Notes

This season, minimalistic Nordic interiors are combined with powerful pops of colour, marble is bigger and bolder than ever and adding plants to your home not only looks good but is proven to have health benefits too.

How to

If, like me, one of the aspects you love most about Nordic interiors is whitewalls and understated décor don’t despair. Soft furnishing, such as pillows, candles, rugs and bed linen can all be used to add powerful pops of navy and mustard as well as pastel shades such as blush pink or mint green.

While we may not all have the space or savings to invest in a rose coloured MENU Plinth we can add touches of this striking stone to our homes with vases, lamps and chopping boards.

Fill your fireplace with ferns, pop some herbs on the kitchen windowsill, or if you’re stuck for space there are some gorgeous hanging planters out at the moment too.

If you would like to find out more about Little Scandinavian as well as read previous posts, visit littlescandinavian.com

All images by Nicola Capper.

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