From across the ocean, Scandinavian furniture has taken the country by storm, and one piece many homes have added already to their decorative design is their line of bookcases. These are lovely and very well-made. They have a fetching style that is perfect for many homes and can hold plenty of books. If you are looking for the final piece for your Scandinavian home décor, see this collection.
Bookcases/Shelves - Sedona Bookcase
The trendiest colors and patterns for Scandinavian bookcases tend to be based on monochromatic or tonal colors, as well as geometric shapes and angles for recurring patterns. Shades of grey, white, and neutral woods feature prominently in Scandinavian-themed decor; while pastels (such as blush or light blue) can often be seen as well. Diamonds, triangles, and recurring circles tend to form the basis of trendy Scandi bookcases.
Determining the right size for Scandinavian bookcases can be tricky because it depends on several factors such as the amount of space you have in the room. If you have lots of space, then opt for a bookcase that is several feet across.
If you are limited with space, then choose a bookshelf that is taller and slimmer, so you are going up and not out. If you only plan on keeping a few books in the case, then opt for one or two small bookcases instead.
Additionally, if you have kids at home then a shorter bookcase would be suitable for them to reach books they want to read independently. An important note is that if you have a curious climber in the house, it's a good idea to mount your bookcase to the wall to avoid accidents.
Books aren’t only the things that belong on a Scandinavian bookcase. The best part about owning a bookcase is that you have plenty of storage space to play around with.
For example, this piece of furniture can be a classy feature in the dining room for storing your fancy tableware. When in the living room or entryway, it can become a tasteful focal point for flaunting precious souvenirs and picture frames of your family, friends, pets, and favorite places. Other items that you can display on a Scandinavian book include candles, plants, vases, bowls, small mirrors, decorative baskets, and mini sculptures.
If you really want to personalize your bookcase, consider adding decor pieces that are meaningful to you, whether it’s a vintage camera, a stuffed animal, or your initials in 3D. Doing this will definitely add a dose of personality to the room! You might even want to throw in a couple of your favorite fashion pieces, such as a handbag or pair of shoes!
Even though there are loads of objects that you can show off on a bookcase, don’t forget that less is more. An overcrowded arrangement can make your space look cluttered and disorganized.
Add comfort, style, elegance and beauty into your home with this Scandinavian bookcase. Some of these shelves are finished by the leather, which makes this product more interesting. All construction is simple and brings the modern touch to any interior.
Skagerak DO Oak Bookcase - 6 Shelves
Original and attractive bookcases with solid wooden frames in Scandinavian style. Their long size and low profile looks very original in different indoors. These low bookcases provide plenty of space for books.
The Scandinavian bookcase is very popular. Impresses with its simple design and unusual functionality. Made of ash wood, it floats above the ground, despite the fact that it has the size of a free-standing rack. Connects with side cabinets.
Why not choose a bookcase that will surely elevate the look and feel of your interior with this sublime piece? It offers ample amounts of space for your household and comes with plenty of shelves all in different shape and size.
An itricate design of this stackable bookcase can be a nice way to improve your modern home decor. Crafted of wood and covered in a two-toned finish, the bookcase includes 7 various compartments you can set as you please.
Low wooden bookcase in contemporary Scandinavian style
my scandinavian home: Graceful Finnish apartment with pretty ideas
BESS, white scandinavian style bookcase
A vintage (1950's) open-top bookcase of warm brown finished wood. It has 3 thin A-shaped legs. Three drawers with long cutout pulls and a cabinet with sliding doors are at the bottom. Three long shelves are fixed to 3 tall upturned U-like supports.
BILLY Bookcase combination scandinavian-bookcases
Straight from the vault of stylish Scandinavian furniture, this bookcase is wall-mounted, giving you an illusion of floating shelves. Crafted of wood and bathed in a white finish, the bookcase offers 9 tiers for storing books, collectibles, pictures, etc.
The living room is anchored by a sofa and lounge chair, both by Børge Mogensen, as well as a Conoid bench by George Nakashima. An Isamu Noguchi pendant lamp casts a warm glow onto the Brasilia coffee table, designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Swedese