5 Cozy Scandinavian Living Room Ideas In Beige And Grey Tones

Grey is one of the main colors which is perfect to create a neutral look in your room. This color works well to be combined with beige. Beige and grey tones are the best choices for a Scandinavian room, especially when you want to create a warm atmosphere.

Below are our collection of cozy Scandinavian living room ideas in beige and grey tones to inspire you.

1. Egebergslottet by Mork Ulnes Architects

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Egebergslottet by Mork Ulnes Architects has a cozy Scandinavian living room idea in beige and grey tones with a big grey sofa as the main highlight. A grey rug is also added in the middle of the room to complete the warm atmosphere.

Photographer: Bruce Damonte

 

2. Nikau House by Strachan Group Architects

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If you love a simple look, try this cozy Scandinavian living room idea in beige and grey tones. Nikau House by Strachan Group Architects uses wood material to beautify its living room ceiling. The grey and beige elements come from the furniture.

Photographer: Jackie Meiring

 

3. Sumu Residence by Echo Design + Architecture

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For your apartment, this cozy Scandinavian living room idea in beige and grey tones offers a beautiful inspiration. Sumu Residence by Echo Design + Architecture combines three colors in one to design its living room interior: white, beige, and grey.

Photography: Echo Design + Architecture

 

4. Lauesen House by FORCE4 Architects

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The Scandinavian living room in Lauesen House by FORCE4 Architects is dominated by wood materials. The cozy Scandinavian living room idea in this house is about creating a warm atmosphere with the use of wood material. There is a wooden ceiling, a wooden floor, a wooden stair, and wooden furniture.

Photography: FORCE4 Architects

 

5. Portixol House by PMA Studio

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Besides grey and beige tones, Portixol House by PMA Studio also adds black accents to complete the Scandinavian interior design for its living room. These black accents come from the furniture, spotlight, and frame of the windows and doors.

Photographer: Pernilla Danielsson

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