Every day there are more and more blogs about increasingly popular Scandinavian Interior Design Trend. They all have beautiful photos of design, fresh ideas and amazing decoration. It was difficult to put together this list, but here is my choice of Top 10 Scandinavian Interior Design Blogs in random order.
Niki Brantmark started My Scandinavian Home blog in 2011. She had a version to inspire people with Scandinavian designed homes with a vintage touch. Blog became popular and has 67.2K Facebook and 4.4K Twitter followers.
Catherine Lazure-Guinard is the founder of Nordic Design. Her passion for Scandinavian design was born when studying in Denmark. She lives in Montreal, Canada in old house – her biggest project. Nordic Design is the place where she shares her inspiration and tips how to turn house into home. Her readers also can read suggestions where to travel and shop. Blog has 42.9K Facebook and 3.4K Twitter followers.
Founder Elisabeth Heier is passion about estetics, whether it’s beautiful landscapes or urban architecture. Her style is pure and Scandinavian with a feminine touch. In the beginning she was running a blog where she shares her home, today you are more likely to find news, inspiring stories and glimpses from behind the scenes – work, home, travels. Blog has 2.4K Facebook fans.
Nina is founder of Stylizimo, girl who lives and breathe interior design. She started this blog as a hobby, but it became full time job. On her blog, readers can find an inspiration and her favorite products in shop section. This blog wins two Vixen blog awards (in 2013. and 2016.). Blog has 14.1K Facebook followers.
Hannah is half Danish and trained as an interior designer, so her natural interests have directed towards Scandinavian design. The blog features design finds, creative processes, new products/materials, trends, Scandinavian travel and design hotels. It has 1.5K Facebook and 3.2 Twitter followers.
Founded in 2012 by interior stylist Michelle Halford, TDC is a global blog with a focus on Scandinavian interiors and design.
Creating quality, engaging content, Michelle reports on topics such as interior trends, inspiring creatives and beautiful homes. She also shares her own interior styling work, and updates from the home that she and her husband built. Blog has 24.8K Facebook and 1.4K Twitter followers.
Frida Ramstedt started Trendenser in September 2005. It’s one of the Nordic countries largest blogs of interior design. It is updated daily with news, inspiration and trend reports that affect Scandinavian design and life in the home. Blog has 26.4K Facebook and 2.4K Twitter followers.
That Scandinavian feeling is a blog by Ingrid Opstad, a Norwegian journalist living in Italy. Ingrid wants her blog to represent the feeling of coziness and calm with a Nordic simplistic, minimalistic style. The blog is intended to share her knowledge and love for Scandinavia; touching upon everything from interiors, design, lifestyle, travel to hygge. Blog has 1.4K Facebook and 1.1K Twitter followers.
Samantha Denisdóttir is a UK based interior stylist, creative director and designer who strives to create aesthetic and functional beauty in all that she does. Lovenordic emerged twelve years ago; her style is inspired by her Nordic roots in Iceland; simple and inspired by nature. Blog has 8.3K Facebook followers.
Sarah Van Peteghem wasn’t born and she doesn’t live in any Scandinavian country. She was born in Belgium and lives in Germany. She is inspired mostly with Scandinavian design and combine it with industrial style. On her blog you can find many fresh ideas and you can also shop products in the shop section. Blog has 11.6K Facebook and 1K Twitter followers.