￼Hi I love you Headcannons!
They say the persons room reveals a lot about the personality. They also say that a couples room reveals a lot about the couple. Soo…..￼￼
Can I get your personal headcannon for what ￼Denmark and Norway’s shared room looks like?
Color, design, styles and etc…￼
Is it messy? Or is it organized and clean?
Do they keep their stuff on separate sides?
Just specific details like that I love.
And then can you also do one for SuFin please￼￼￼￼?
And then maybe a comparison between DenNor and SuFin’s respective rooms?
DenNor’s shared room: split into two sides and it is very obvious. One side is beautiful, organised, luxe, clean. Cool tones, light purples and silvers, house plants. Organised into labelled organiser boxes in swirly fonts. Definitely has a white vanity with his moisturisers and crystals on. The only weird part of Norway’s side of the room is the REALLY high up shelves. That’s where he put his sentimental stuff, like drawings from Baby Ice and photo albums and weird junk he’s emotionally attached to. People think it’s up there to look less cluttered, but really it’s because he loves that his memories and treasured items are looking down on him, protecting him whilst he sleeps. His clothes are organised by season.
Denmark’s side of the room is a permanent work in progress. Lots of posters, shelves with books and LEGOs, postcards he found in tourist shops, every photo is tacked to the wall. His clothes are in two piles on the floor: dirty, and not dirty enough to be washed but not clean enough to go in the wardrobe. Only his clothes and shoes are on the floor, all his other belongings are on the shelves or tacked to the wall or the side of the wardrobe. His bags, important documents, belts, it’s all up on the walls. He’s slowly moving his posters to the ceiling but Nor isn’t too happy about this new idea. Denmark’s colour scheme is mostly black, but he will insert his flag wherever he can. The knobs on his wardrobe have been painted with his flag on it. His side of the bed has a lamp with a Danish flag lampshade over it. He and Nor have separate duvets so his has a Danish flag over it whilst Nor has a silk blue cover.
SuFin’s shared room: A lot less obvious that they’ve split the room in half. Whilst DenNor’s room are on two opposite ends of the spectrum, SuFin’s room is more harmonious. Finland discussed just combining their sides of the room but Sweden disagrees. He keeps saying that their stuff should be separate in case “something bad happens”, although Finland doesn’t know what he means.
Sweden’s side of the room is FLAWLESS. He is living the minimalist IKEA dream. He matches pops of IKEA colour with his own woodwork pieces, giving off a clean but colourful atmosphere. Everything is neatly put away, everything has a specific location. King shit. Definitely organised his wardrobe into season and occasion. There are only three photos on the wall: one of him and Finland on their wedding day, a Hanatamago family photo, and a photo of the Nordic 5 and Estonia. All his other sentimental items are on his bookshelf. That beautiful leather bound hardback isn’t an old historical novel but his scrapbook! His “bookends” are little boxes of keepsakes disguised as bookends. He has cracked the code.
Finland’s side of the room is more complicated. He’s trying out this light blue and sandy brown theme which Sweden adores. He likes it too, of course, but his death metal posters ruin it a bit. The inside of his wardrobe is decorated with his horror merchandise so he doesn’t scare the boys. His clothes are organised by colour, just like Denmark’s. He has a shoe rack under his wardrobe that Sweden built for him. Like Norway, a lot of his belongings are in little organiser boxes but somehow messier. His organiser boxes are all in different shapes and sizes and different variations of light blue because he never remembers which one he bought last time so they don’t match. Instead of using a pretty label-maker like Nor, he’s got those cheap sticky labels and wrote on them. His photos are all hung up in picture frames, he has hundreds of them up on the wall.
He and Sweden share a large bed like Nor and Den but they also share their large duvet and mountain of blankets. The end of their bed has a medium sized ottoman for the dog to curl up on, which also stores bedding.