Check Out These Stunning Scandinavian Interior Designs By Professional Malaysian ID Firms

Cover image via A&A Concept Design & Contract Sdn. Bhd. & Studio BEVD Sdn. Bhd.

If you love all things minimalist, then Scandinavian interior design is right up your alley..

Whether you want your home to look like an IKEA showroom or something from Pinterest, Scandinavian design is what you should go for! Especially since the minimalist vibe is #aesthetic and in-trend right now.

duduk by EcoWorld has beautiful homes for that have been fully-furnished with Scandinavian design by professional Malaysian interior designers for sale now. More deets at the end of the story.

Inspired by the essence and philosophy of Scandinavian design, duduk collaborated with Volvo Cars Malaysia and lifestyle publishing house Aurizn to come up with Volvo Cars & Aurizn EcoDesign Challenge.

This competition aimed to create real homes with Scandinavian design that Malaysians can own. It also gave Malaysian interior design firms a prestigious platform to showcase their skills and creativity.

But first, what makes Scandinavian design special?

Designed for Volvo Cars & Aurizn EcoDesign Challenge with duduk by EcoWorld. Credit to ORB Group Sdn. Bhd.

It’s all about functionality, simplicity, and clean lines. The focus is on creating a simple home environment, instead of overcrowding with too many elements.

But that doesn’t mean that Scandinavian design isn’t still totally stunning on its own. In fact, it uses a blend of textures, contrasts, and soft hues to create a sleek, modern feel.

At the same time, it also involves the concept of hygge, which aims to create a cozy feel..

Designed for Volvo Cars & Aurizn EcoDesign Challenge with duduk by EcoWorld. Credit to Studio BEVD Sdn. Bhd.

Through this, Scandinavian design brings out beautifully balanced functionality, modernism, and comfort.

Nature is another big influence, as it largely inspires the clean lines and simple designs that Scandinavian design is known for. Natural materials like stone, wood, leather, and hemp are often used.

At its core, Scandinavian design promotes the idea of living well in a simple home environment.

Here are some top tips that’ll help you achieve that look:

1. When it comes to the colour scheme, opt for white and other neutral colours

Designed for Volvo Cars & Aurizn EcoDesign Challenge with duduk by EcoWorld. Credit to Studio BEVD Sdn. Bhd.

Scandinavian design usually focuses on a neutral colour palette. Think white, grey, tan, pale green, light pink, and other muted hues. Accents of blue and other bold colours are sometimes incorporated throughout to add some small pops of colour. But for the most part, stick to neutral tones and shades.

2. Make wood your new best friend

Designed for Volvo Cars & Aurizn EcoDesign Challenge with duduk by EcoWorld. Credit to ForFar Design Sdn. Bhd.

As mentioned earlier, nature and natural materials are a huge part of Scandinavian design. Incorporate wood into your space however you can, from the furniture and flooring, to the walls and the windows.

Scandinavian design focuses on creating a light and bright aesthetic, while also celebrating the beauty of nature. So, when choosing which type of wood to use, opt for light ones such as beech, ash, and pine, and make sure that the natural wood grain can be seen.

3. Always remember that less is more

Designed for Volvo Cars & Aurizn EcoDesign Challenge with duduk by EcoWorld. Credit to Kort Studio.

This is especially important when you’re decorating. Keep things simple, focus on creating clean lines, and don’t go overboard. When choosing furniture, choose pieces that are beautiful, but not ornate. Also, look out for multi-functional pieces so you can cut down on the number of items you have in one space.

4. Add cozy elements to create a space that feels inviting

Designed for Volvo Cars & Aurizn EcoDesign Challenge with duduk by EcoWorld. Credit to IQI Concept Sdn. Bhd.

Besides clean lines, creating a space that feels cozy and inviting is also a huge part of Scandinavian design. It’s all about using contrasting textures to create warmth.

Add soft elements like plush cushions, fluffy rugs, and soft blankets throughout a space, to contrast with the other simple, hard elements of Scandinavian design. Just make sure to not go overboard. The idea is that they shouldn’t take up too much space, but still allow you to be comfortable.

Ever dreamt of living in a beautiful, minimalistic home with Scandinavian design? Now you can, thanks to duduk by EcoWorld!

Designed for Volvo Cars & Aurizn EcoDesign Challenge with duduk by EcoWorld. Credit to A&A Concept Design & Contract Sdn. Bhd.

Six final winners of Volvo Cars & Azurin EcoDesign Challenge were able to bring their stunning visions to life, and you can now buy the fully-furnished duduk units

Just imagine living in the beautiful home of your dreams, all decked out in Scandinavian design, yaaas!

Check out some of the gorgeous winning units below:

Designed by A&A Concept Design & Contract Sdn. Bhd.


Designed by IQI Concept Sdn. Bhd.


Designed by Studio BEVD Sdn. Bhd.


Designed by Orb Group Sdn. Bhd.


Designed by Kort Studio Sdn. Bhd.


Designed by ForFar Design Sdn. Bhd.

duduk by EcoWorld consists of new high-rise developments within existing EcoWorld townships, namely Se.Ruang D’ Eco Sanctuary and Huni D’ Eco Ardence

Image via @dudukmy / Instagram

They are located in prime and strategic locations – Se.Ruang D’ Eco Sanctuary is south of Kota Kemuning, while Huni D’ Eco Ardence is next to Setia Alam. The great thing about Eco Sanctuary and Eco Ardence is that they are both mature townships.

Living there is super convenient as the townships are surrounded by schools, shopping malls, grocers, parks, banks, 3S Centre, hospitals, and all kinds of other amenities. You will have all your daily necessities, services, and amenities right at your doorstep.

Each unit has a spacious layout with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a built-up of 1,000 sq. ft. Plus, each unit comes with two car park spots and basic smart home items! The layout is practical and well thought-out, making it suitable for everyone, including millennials, young couples, small families, and newlyweds.

And of course, the best part of living in a high-rise building is having numerous facilities. You and your family will enjoy access to clubhouse facilities such as a swimming pool, wading pool, gym, multipurpose hall, and more!

Check out the show unit today to see the stunning Scandinavian designed home that could be yours!

Find out more and register your interest at duduk’s website. You can also check out their Facebook page for more deets.