Into Scandi Home Décor? These Are the Accounts to Follow That Aren’t IKEA

Scandi home deocr accounts

Clean lines, cosy textiles and plenty of greenery are some key elements of Scandinavian interior style. They also often feature functional furniture, like a couch doubling as a bed or extendable dining table, wood floors, and natural light (well, as much of it as they can get in winter, that is).

“Basically, it’s the ideal design style for someone who wants to feel like their home is constantly giving them a warm embrace and making their life easier,” writes House Beautiful.

To tap into Scandi home décor aesthetic for your own space, you could go to Swedish home and furniture giant IKEA and buy all that you need. But with that, you risk your space looking exactly like the catalogue and lacking any personality.

So, instead, consider following some Instagram accounts that exclusively feature Scandi home décor. Scrolling Instagram, you’ll then likely be treated to photos of the aesthetic on your feed, inspiring you and allowing you to see all the different ways it’s interpreted.

Ahead are some of our favourite Scandi home décor Instagram accounts to follow. From a Hamburg-based creator embracing the aesthetic from afar, to a Swedish interior design duo sharing their projects, these accounts offer endless Scandi home décor inspo.

Johanna Wiemann – @scandinavian.interior

Though Wiemann posts about her home’s Scandinavian interiors, she’s actually from Hamburg, Germany. Her home scenes depict plenty of cosy throws, wood furniture, and fresh flowers.

Elin Kicken and Evalotta Sundling – @sundlingkicken

Sundling Kicken is the brainchild of Elin Kicken and Evalotta Sundling, an interior design duo based in Gothenburg, Sweden. The account features photos of interiors and sets they’ve designed, as well as concept styling scenes.


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Frida – @danish_homedeco

Frida is a Swede sharing her edit of home interiors inspired by Danish and other Scandinavian countries’ homes.

Norsu Interiors – @norsuinteriors

Norsu Interiors is a Scandi home and art shop based in… Melbourne. The shop is named after the Finnish word for elephant and is the creation of friends Nat Wheeler and Kristy Sadlier who became frustrated with Australia’s limited access to Scandi homewares and furniture.

Scandinavian Homes – @scandinavianhomes

Scandinavian Homes is a Stockholm-based interior firm with an Instagram account boasting a whopping 1 million followers. The account shares photos of the firm’s projects styling spaces including tiny apartments, corporate offices and home terraces.

Design Stuff – @designstuff

Design Stuff sells Scandi homewares and furniture to Australia and, for an extra cost, worldwide. Its Instagram account shares some of its highlight pieces, like a trio of portable lamps or a wooden chair, placed in Scandinavian home sets.

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