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These Are Our Favorite Online Shops for Scandinavian Design & Décor [Editor’s Picks] 

Scandinavian design is having a moment right now. As people focus more and more on turning their homes into a place of relaxation, this warm and sleek style feels like just the ticket! The combination of simple lines and organic materials lets you breathe a sigh of relief and contentment when you enter a Scandinavian space.

The elements of this style are often made of organic materials, primarily wood. Larger pieces may be neutral in beige, grey or white, but they’re dressed up with pops of color on the wall or throw pillows, for contrast and dimension. The shops below are abundant in furniture, art, textiles, lighting and more — everything you’ll need to outfit the perfect Scandinavian home.



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Burrow believes there doesn’t have to be a compromise between form and function. Their modular furniture pieces are designed to be adaptable to intimate apartments or larger spaces. Use their throw pillow and blanket sets to style couches in a snap! Also, check out their blog for helpful styling tips like how to arrange your furniture, and guidance for working with multiple wood finishes in a single space.



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Germany-based Connox has mastered Scandinavian design. Their online store ships to most countries, including the United States. Simple, beautiful pieces are available for every room, plus vases, storage baskets and wall art. Product category pages also include helpful guides for choosing the right dining room table, rug size and sofas for your space. 

Danish Design Store

This Los Angeles design shop imports Scandinavian pieces for easy access to an American clientele. They have an enormous product catalog, covering virtually every piece of furniture and décor you could want in your home or office. Check out their kids section for a Scandi-nursery or child’s room.

Finnish Design Shop

This online shop is a great resource for Scandinavian textiles, including pillows, rugs, throws and bedding. Upgrading your fabrics is a great way to get Scandi-style without buying all new furniture! The shop also lets you browse by color, so you can find the perfect piece to match what you already have. Browse their Design Stories page for inspiration.



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Froy doesn’t exclusively offer Scandinavian décor and furniture, but they have an excellent selection. Their focus on organic materials and shapes puts a modern spin on classic design. Pieces are also refreshingly affordable, with sofas and tables in the hundreds, rather than thousands, of dollars.

Grøn + White


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If you have an impeccable eye for luxe design, Grøn + White is a must-see. Even simple items like vases and watering cans are highly conceptual, pushing the boundaries of most utilitarian tools. This online shop is also an amazing source of Scandinavian art and prints to bring pops of color into your home.

Lights of Scandinavia

In northern Sweden, residents experience round-the-clock darkness in the depths of winter. Even in Stockholm, there are only 5 hours of sunlight per day in January. So you could say the Swedes value light more than most. Lights of Scandinavia focuses exclusively on illumination, with floor lamps, desk lamps, pendants and chandeliers galore. Styles range from ultra-simple to dazzlingly complex, but all are designed to pair with Scandinavian décor.

Maria Dalli


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Spanish artist María Dalli is an expert in Scandinavian-style line art. Her pieces range in complexity from a simple portrait to an explosion of color on the canvas. You can purchase original pieces or limited edition prints from her website to bring high-end style to your walls.



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Noden’s online selection of Scandinavian décor brings thoughtful touches to your home. Art, candles, clocks and other wall décor are available, as well as one-of-a-kind vintage pieces. Look for unique stoneware vases and drinking cups to add visual interest. If you get a chance to visit their showroom in Singapore, you’ll find a collection of vintage furniture pieces as well.

Pine + Pear co.

For kid-appropriate Scandinavian design, look to UK-based Pine + Pear co. Their nursery décor comes in muted colors and natural wood, perfect for the simple, modern home. No neon colors or cheap plastic here! There are even toys meant to stimulate the imagination, like wood blocks and knitted stuffies.  

You may have spotted some elements of mid-century modern design as you perused these furniture and décor pieces. That’s because MCM was heavily influenced by the Scandinavian design of the 1950s. So this isn’t the first time this cozy style has been in the spotlight!

We hope you’ve found the inspiration for your next Scandinavian redo. What are some of your favorite online resources for Scandinavian design? Let us know!

Mihaela Buzec
Mihaela Buzec is a writer and online content developer for RentCafe. She covers topics about everything related to the renting lifestyle, from decorating and interior design to finding the right apartment, frugal living, money saving advice, and more. She dives deep into topics of interest, writing well-researched comprehensive guides on subjects such as renting with pets, saving on utilities, or avoiding rental scams to help renters stay informed and live smart. Mihaela is a versatile writer whose work was also published on many blogs and websites in a variety of industries: real estate, design, lifestyle, college life, and personal finance. Mihaela holds a BA in English and German Language and Literature, an MA in Current Linguistics, and she is currently pursuing a PhD in neurolinguistics. With a background in academic writing, she is a passionate reader, writer, and researcher, looking to always expand her knowledge. You can get in touch with Mihaela at

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