Nordic Interiors 2016 March 01 2016

We took a look on the trends for this year, and not much has changed since last year. Here are some images that will give you a good idea on what's in and our tips how to update the look at your home!


Marble is still big, and now together with the classy white marble in comes red, black and even green marble. Green, on the other hand, is one of the biggest colour trends this year.

Marble plate plus green, red and black marble.

Indoor plats are still a big must. Now you should go for palms of all types. Print walls never went out of style.

Here's our handmade print collection.


Textiles should have flowers or at least be velvet. None of these two quite convinced me, and less of the flower theme, until I found this lovely textile by Lapuan Kankurit. It's multifunctional and can be used as a tablecloth or even as bedcover!

Also found this wallpaper. Really stylish!

And a velvet sofa... Looks great actually, but when it's +40c here in Rome, I wouldn't want to be seated on a sofa like this! Better to choose some cushions in velvet if you want to copy this style.

Metallic touches are still in: brass it is! Also golden and silver tones are now trendy.

 Hexagon bottle opener, ferm LIVING


Pantone presented the tones of this year: rose quartz and serenity. Pastels have always been very close to our hearts in Scandinavia, so these colours do come easily to us.

Aalto vase, salmon pink

Triano teatowel by Lapuan Kankurit


Cushion cover Mellow, Broste Copenhagen.

Walls should be painted dark green or blue, not forgetting the ever so trendy grey.

Fortunately, it's easy to update the look at home with a few well placed products. No need to paint the whole wall to match Pantone's rose quartz or have marble all around house - you can do it with a cushion cover and some candleholders and you're done!