In addition to my favorite Swedish design blogger Emma, I discovered a few more to add to my list and thought you’d like to see them. It’s so exciting to find all these beautiful blogs and to be introduced to decorating styles in other parts of the globe. Especially Sweden. Aren’t we forever fascinated with the Swedes?
Flitiga Myran – This blog is beautiful with its full-color massive eye candy and terrific links. From here I found TurQuoise, a charming boutique in Stockholm, that I’ll add to the decor8 shopping links.
Lantliv i stan has a very fresh organic vibe, awesome imagery, and more fantastic links to keep you clicking around for hours.
Spets och snor is another stunning blog. This lady seems to love flea market finds and the diy approach. The overall look is very Shabby Chic with a lot of white and frilly femininity, so it’s not for everyone, but I think it’s important to keep an open mind because sometimes you fall upon things you never knew you’d like until seeing them presented in a different way. Plus, there is a lot about this look that can be appreciated, the use of white as a foundation, slipcovered sofas and chairs really are practical if you have children/pets, poplin and linen are quite beautiful and good linen only improves with age (it’s like scotch!), incorporating pink into a room can be empowering (most ladies like this color anyway so why not?), and recycling flea market finds is good for the planet and your budget. It’s also a fun way to spend time outdoors for fresh air and exercise. This look also embraces the joy of turning trash into treasure, which is good for elevating self-esteem – many claim that a successful DIY project helps people cope with depression!
HOOM.STHLM is a blog I found via SFGirlByBay, and the huge bonus here is that this blogger posts in Swedish and English so we can follow along without feeling a bit lost. HS posted this living room image that will be etched in my brain forever. I love it.
Ljuvligt Hemma is another nice blog, I especially like how this blogger takes a room she finds (example here) in a magazine and then shows her readers how to create the room using items online. I love this idea because I’ve been thinking of a fun addition to decor8 that has to do with building rooms using things found online so maybe I’ll try something like this out on you. I don’t believe in copying a room 1:1 (not creative or challenging enough!), but I’m all for the idea of designing a space to create a certain look that you’re going for. I can use only items found online and I can mix in budget pieces as well. What do you think? Then I can archive them on a separate page for quick reference. Hmmm…
Cleo’s blog Inredningsbloggen shows this bloggers obsession with imagery, all that’s handmade, and intricately designed textiles. I can tell this lady loves to touch everything she comes in contact with! She recently blogged about Fiona Zobole, a textile artist in the UK that you must check out. The image above is one of her works.
And I’ve mentioned her already, but in case you missed the link, Emmas designblogg is my favorite Swedish blog because Emma is a really nice lady and she reaches out to a pretty broad audience since her blog is in both Swedish and English. We seem to share the same design aesthetic, another reason why I keep clicking back for more inspiration from the talented Emma. I found Kids Factory in Amsterdam via her blog, what a fantastic store for kids design.
I know I’ve missed a lot of other Swedish design blogs, so please comment with your favorites below so other readers can learn about them. Thank you!