The Scandinavian interior-style becomes one of the most popular interior-styles in general. Reduced, minimalistic, modern and flexible – the Scandinavian style fits perfectly with the city lifestyle of most urbanites. Scandinavian design is affected by nature using organic forms and wood, fur as well as wool. A Scandinavian living means cozy, individual and sustainable. Because this lifestyle doesn’t only apply to metropolitans, the popularity of the Scandinavian design grows beyond the city boundaries.

Scandinavian Design: A lot of whites and light sources

In the north, people like to perceive their environment and furnish with fresh colors: a lot of bright and white to reserve the darkness during the winter months. The Scandinavian winter is much longer and darker, that’s why light sources play a huge role as well. Also, nature is a role model for the Scandinavian design, a country with great forest, rivers, fjords, and lakes.

Next to native lumbers organic forms are also a preference in combination with white. Another maxim of the Scandinavian interior is at first function and second form which is on the principles of the Bauhaus-style based.

We would like to introduce you some Scandinavian interior blogger and stylists who inspire us via Instagram and Pinterest. Get cozy, because these accounts will make you want to scroll for hours.

Scandinavian Homes

Honestly, @scandinavianhomes should be your first choice when you’re looking for some Scandinavian interior inspiration. Jesper Laursen, the founder of the home styling company Scandinavian Homes, is one of the most successful interior stylists worldwide. He has grown his own platform through social media and is by far the hugest representative of this industry. With the right concept and perfect timing, Jesper creates a strong recognition factor and convinces every time with his amazing taste for design.

Anthony & Caroline – Our New Home

We already introduced you to the kind couple from Denmark in our very personal interview here one year ago. Around 12 months later they left their base Copenhagen behind and moved up in the north of Denmark. In search of a house, where they can raise their two little kids they found an old doctors clinic. For a month now, they have escaped city life and built their very own dream house. On her joint Instagram account @_our_new_home_, Anthony and Caroline take us with them to show their renovation work step-by-step and give us some insights on how the reconstruction works with their two little children and self-employment.

Emma Fischer – Styled by Emmahos

Designer and stylist Emma from Goeteburg shows on her Instagram channel the most beautiful interior ideas and stylings of the Scandinavian topic. Like in fashion the Scandinavian people love it very puristic. That means you won’t find apartments or rooms with heavy furniture pieces in Stockholm or Copenhagen. With her great taste for design, the Swedish woman creates amazing stylings and regularly works with well-known brands like Fritz Hansen.

Elisabeth Heier

Elisabeth has always had a passion for aesthetics. After finishing her studies in both interior design and art, she worked for different design companies. A few years ago she quitted her job to start a career as a freelancer, and now she splits her workday between interior design projects, styling ventures and running the blog.  On her successful blog, she shares things which inspire her: news from the design world, own projects, and some tips during her travels. The perfect mix for those, who are interested in interior design and some insights into a typical Scandinavian life.

Niki Brantmark – My Scandinavian Home

You also know Niki Brantmark, founder of the successful and worldwide known blog My Scandinavian Home, because we introduced her in a detailed article before. With her sense of the interior in combination with a balanced life, Niki convinces us and her eight million visitors on Pinterest every month. Her book “Lagom, The Swedish Art of Living a Balanced, Happy Life” is the Swedish philosophy for enjoying a balance in every aspect of life. And it feels like Niki Brantmark has assimilated it into her life and work. It’s remarkable how a Swedish culture and way of living can have such a positive impact. The Swedish word Lagom can be translated as not too much and not too little—just right

*Numbers current at the time of writing

Copyright: All pictures are copyright protected and property of Anthony Bogdan und Caroline Nehring.