UK’s best interior design shop, Moleta Munro in Edinburgh

by Scandinavian mum

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The most comprehensive selection of Nordic design online and in store can be found in Edinburgh’s New Town. Moleta Munro carries interior design from new and established designers and well-loved brands. With a mix of the best of British as well as leading designers from Scandinavia, MM is the number 1 design shop in the UK.

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Grand Design Home in Hertfordshire by Danish architect Jørn Utzon

by Scandinavian mum

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A Hertfordshire house designed by Sydney Opera House architect Jørn Utzon has gone on sale for £3.5 million. The exposed pre-cast solid concrete beams run throughout the house which also features floor-to-ceiling windows. English Heritage’s description of the 4469 sq spacious house is “distinguished and beautifully-detailed”.

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Scandinavian Cabin Fever – See the Naked Naust in Norway!

by Scandinavian mum

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Inspired by Norway’s traditional boathouses ‘naust’, the Swedish architect Erik Kolman Janouch decided to build a cabin by the rough Norwegain sea on the remote Vega Island. With all natural materials and a minimal design the architect has achieved to create a secret and safe haven in stunningly dramatic surroundings.

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Design for Small Homes by Silje Nesdal at 100% Norway 2016

by Scandinavian mum

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Silje Nesdal is a young design talent who grew up in the Fjords of Norway, an area known for its furniture industry, wool and woodwork. Nesdal has specialised in design for small homes with functional and beautiful pieces inspired by architecture and fashion. It’s a pleasure to share a few highlights of her work!

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Nordic Homes displaying the beautiful 70s Botanical Trend

by Scandinavian mum

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We are obsessing over the 70s evergreen botanical trend that works so amazingly well with the Nordic interior design; Whites and muted colours, natural wood, functional and minimalistic. Get blooming all year round when you incorporate the 70s inspired botanical trend into your home. This is how you can steal the style!
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