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This Scandi flat is the opposite to the typical all white interior style that we're so used to see. Darker muted palettes has become a lot more popular during 2016. Just take a look at this flat which features black walls!

Photography: Adam Helbaoui, Styling: Scandinavianhomes for Bo Sthlm

Moody Green

We can't get enough of these dark green walls! They create a beautiful contrast with the white double doors, fireplace and cornices. We've seen a lot more Scandinavian homes daring to go dark lately, it's a change from the 'all white everything' we've so long associated with Scandi interiors.

Photography: Anders Bergstedt, styled by: Malin Simons for Alvhem

Plant Life

Green indoor plants is a massive trend in the interior world at the moment. Indoor palm trees and Fiddle leaf fig trees are some of our faves, and with this trend more is more!

For more plant inspiration take a look at this post on plants from a few months ago.

Images via Pinterest

24 carat gold ceramics

This fabulous range of hand made ceramic bowls and cups are launching today on Att Pynta! Every single piece is uniquely designed in collaboration between potter Marie L Sundegren and us at Att Pynta. Everything is handmade in Marie's little studio in Sweden and the bowls and cups feature a 24 carat gold rim to add a bit of luxury to your everyday! Shop here

Photography: Amanda Nelson for Att Pynta

Shades of blue

Blue is continuing to be a big interior trend in 2016, and we can't seem to get enough! How stunning is this all blue room? They have really nailed that perfect shade of the hue.

Photo: Kristofer Johnsson and by Styling: Saša Antić for ELLE Decoration

Want some blue in your home? Here are some lovely homewares that won't break the bank, all from Att Pynta

Images: Amanda Nelson for Att Pynta

NYC in Gothenburg

We love this NY inspired flat in central Gothenburg. The owners haven't been afraid of using dark tones and a rich colour palette when decorating this stunning space. The dark and moody aesthetic that can be seen here is one of the biggest interior trends in Scandinavia for 2016... watch this space!

Images: Anderes Bergstedt for Entrance Mäkleri

Today's Detail

Maybe not the most practical, but we love this shelf / radiator situation!

Image: Pinterest