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Scandinavian Living with the Danish Bloomingville

This Danish brand has beautiful authentic accessories, small furniture and beautiful design in the range, everything is based on the Scandinavian living trend. The unique Bloomingville style falls under the Scandinavian style and is a mix of rough wood with a romantic, rural look and reproductions of fantastic products from a bygone age. From vintage and Scandinavian loft to nature and country chic, Bloomingville has beautiful themes to enhance your interior.


The designers of Bloomingville Interiors understand that you can not always transform your interior and indicate that with small changes a maximum result is achieved. With beautiful home accessories such as trendy vases, trendy tealight holders, stylish furniture and a beautiful rug you achieve a nice result and you slowly switch to a Scandinavian interior and a Nordic home.


Scandinavian style, which do you choose ?

Here are several trends that Bloomingille represents, so there is the retro trend and Bloomingville poured products with a seventies sauce so that the interior accessories belong to the Scandinavian design.


Planting and adding green to the interior is also completely contemporary and add color to the timeless and minimalist Scandinavian interior, which is why the Botanical trend with home accessories with botanical prints still continues.


Then there is the Dark Nordic trend where Bloomingville got inspired by the Art Deco style. This style originated in France where prosperity grew around 1920 and people liked to immerse themselves in luxury, which manifested itself in beautiful fabrics, materials and deep colors in the interior. To add warmth to the dark colors, gold home accessories were added with great regularity and an ideal way to add luxury and richness to the interior. Think of beautiful velvet fabrics, rough linen and fringes for an extra luxurious finishing touch.

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