Scandinavian living

My guide to Scandinavian home decor

I just moved into my first apartment and up until now I’ve spent months searching, researching and buying furniture and other lovely things for my new home. At the beginning of my quest I did not know where to start, thus the months of planning. I remember searching for a “How To” guide on Scandinavian home decor that I imagine would have saved me lots of time. Unfortunately there was no such, at least no that fit my taste and didn’t require a fortune. Now, finally, after living here for almost four months, I can announce that I have everything I need…except for curtains (somehow I ended up prioritizing everything else…even a soap dispenser!).

Anyhow, I decided to share my findings in a somewhat “How To” guide on my interpretation (Yes I am allowed – I am a Swede) of a Scandinavian home decor.  My main struggles of buying things online were that I couldn’t see the product live and neither in a real setting. So in order to help those who have the same issues I’ll upload photos in different angles in real settings, share my opinion (I promise it will be short and concise) and post them on this part of the website.

I will be updating this page with photos and new short reviews whenever I have the time of doing so. Stay tuned!

Links will come below:

Eva Solo Nordic Kitchen Kettle

Eva Solo Magnetic Trivet in Petrol blue colour

Robert Welch Signature Book Oak Knife Block Set 

Skultuna Kin Polished Steel Tea Light Candle Holders – Set of 3