Scandinavian designers are celebrated for their minimalism and appreciation of effortlessness and functionality. They strip the designs to their fundamentals and they succeed to capture style in a pure form. When it comes to furniture, Nordic designs are easy to differentiate.

With clean lines, refined exquisiteness and fresh tonal colors, it is no surprise that the Scandinavian furniture has become a recurrent preference. Scandinavian design has so much to offer and its capability to complement present furniture and styles is sure to stimulate anybody who is looking to modernize and refresh an existing space.

These Scandinavian tables will sure bring simplicity to your dining room.

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The cathedral windows in this space become a bit less dramatic with the simple furniture choices.

 

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A dark black wall absorbs a lot of light in this open dining room.

 

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More Eames chairs provide a lovely and simple backdrop for the quirky art choices in this dining room visual.

 

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In an urban loft, no dining space is complete without these chairs. The placement of the table between the two oversized windows is also soothing in its simplicity.

 

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A small dining table with pastel chairs is tucked underneath a staircase in this two story space.

 

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An industrial bent comes into this particular dining room in the form of industrial-style light fixtures.

 

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For a space that requires a few more seats, this open floor plan dining room fits the bill. Caged lighting and polished floors add a modern element.

 

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To avoid monotony you can mix and match chairs in various colors and shapes.

 

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A round dining table is a bit unconventional but works here as a gathering space for both dining and working.

 

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In this space, industrial elements like polished concrete are softened by natural wood and neutral tones.

 

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The simple wood chairs and white walls are completely aligned with the Scandinavian aesthetic.

 

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For a more traditional design take, look no further than this living room with perfectly matched dining set and lovely whimsical light fixture.

 

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The bright yellow dining chairs in this open loft space provide a lovely, modern contrast with the black, white, and wood palette.

 

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This open loft space with lots of white and a few bright pillows and rugs is an artsy Scandinavian dream come true.

 

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You don’t need a huge space to celebrate the Scandinavian style as evidenced by this four person table.

 

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