Nordic style

We have scoured the web to bring you our short list of the best online stores to help you create a Nordic style interior. Below in words and pictures. 

The prettiest: Att Pynta - A recent discovery which has immediately risen to the top of our favourites’ list, Att Pynta means “to decorate” in Swedish.
 

The most chic: French Rosa - It is on a luxurious and chic website that French Rosa offers a selection of Scandinavian brands, such as House Doctor, Hübsch and Bloomingdale.
 

The most Parisian: Colonel Shop - Originally a design studio and then a boutique in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, Colonel has quickly established its e-shop where all of the brand’s products are sold, as well as a selection of furniture and decorative pieces from Scandinavian brands.
 

The softest: By Mölle - We’re cheating a bit here as By Mölle is actually from Holland… Their blankets and throws which come in gentle, warm colours are woven in a Danish mill though, which is enough for us to feature them in our prize list!

 
The most varied: Ferm Living - After setting up her design studio in 2005, the Danish founder, Trine Anderson, launched Ferm Living with its first wallpaper range. Today some 2000 designs make up the collection which is sold in 40 countries across the world.
 

The most decorativeHouse Envy - If you are looking for Scandinavian inspired pieces for your home, House Envy will surely satisfy your desires. Golden mirrors, copper pans, ceramic and hand-painted porcelain vases and tableware… These are the essential components to perfect the Nordic atmosphere at home.
 

The most useful: La Trésorerie - You will discover beautiful, useful and affordable pieces in this general store which recalls the hardware shops from long ago! The style is very much Scandinavian thanks to a collection composed of iconic pieces of furniture such as the Bonnebord tables or the sofa beds from the Hansen family.
 

The most ethnic: Petite Lily - The mix of authentic Nordic designs with soft colours, raw ethnic-style fabrics and natural vintage materials to create a warm, almost-exotic atmosphere are some of the reasons behind the success of this unique online boutique.
 

The most well-known: Ikea - The discovery of the SINNERLIG collection, designed by Ilse Crawford, is what won the Scandinavian furniture giant a place on our list. The daybeds and bamboo lamp shades are amongst our favourite pieces.


The most French
: Bodie and Fou - Karine Kong, the founder and creative director of Bodie and Fou, has always loved Scandinavian brands. From VIPP to House Doctor and &Tradition, she mixes them with French brands with unique results.
 

The most bohemian: India May Home - The founder is a former travel journalist who has taken on the world of interiors and this influence can certainly be felt. She searches all over the world for furniture and other pieces for her unique e-shop: a Scandinavian colour palette (black, white, grey...) is combined with exotic-inspired pieces.
 

The most simple: Tine K Home - We have a bit of a crush on the Danish brand Tine K Home which offers a large range of furniture, tableware, baskets and decorative objects in a natural, simple and ultra-chic style. Using natural materials such as bambou, wicker, jute and ceramic in subtle tones, the pieces at Tine K Home create a soft and timeless aesthetic.
 

The little extra : Weekday Carnival - or a carnival of "very" Scandinavian interior design ideas from photographer and stylist, Riika Kantinkoski. These are enhanced by well thought out, beautifully lit photos that really make us want to give our house a Scandinavian make-over from top to bottom.