How to Design Your Scandinavian Home Without Breaking the Bank


10 Ways of Using Lego in Your Home Interior - Aaltonen Interiors Scandinavian Style Interior Design   The weather in the UK is grey and rainy right now, so I wanted to write a blog that has lots of bright colours to cheer us all up.   I know that many parents now associate Lego with the unbearable pain you get when you step on the pieces. But let’s forget all about that and concentrate what’s so great about it. It’s all about building things! Building whatever you can imagine and in bright colours! I love Lego! No-one said that Lego was restricted just for children, so here are some things you might want to build as an adult. From small projects to big ones. Take your pick!

How to Use Colour in a Scandinavian Style Home Interior - Aaltonen Interiors Scandinavian Style Interior Design There seems to be a misconception that a Scandinavian style interior has to be completely white. Sure, white colour plays an important role in a Scandinavian style interior, but other colours are allowed as well! It’s not really about the colours you use, it’s about using them in a way that creates a clear, crisp and harmonious (versus dark and oppressive or too colourful) look for the interior.

Stylish Halloween Interior Decorations - Aaltonen Interiors Scandinavian Style Interior Design   I know it’s not quite Halloween, yet, but I would publish this blog post ahead of time, just in case you wanted to make use of one or more of the ideas I am sharing.   Let’s face it, most Halloween decorations are really tacky. And I do understand that if you are having a children’s Halloween party, you may want to stick to that tackiness. But if you are having an adult Halloween party, do it in style!

15 Tips on How to Remain Sane When Renovating Your Kitchen - Aaltonen Interiors Scandinavian Style Interior Design Is it possible to remain sane when renovating your kitchen? My honest answer is “I don’t know, yet.” We have just entered the 2nd phase of our house renovation and this time it involves the whole of downstairs, including the kitchen. We have a 3.5 year old daughter, so the idea of living without a kitchen scares me a little bit. I mean, I do still have to feed her, right?