Understand seasonal shifts and the natural world around you a little better with this beautiful Almanac
There is something unique about the week between Christmas and New Year. Norwegians call it Romjul and see it as a time to rest and do quiet activities to reset for the upcoming year. Here are eight calming ideas.
With so many good books and so little time, the Icelandic tradition of gifting a book on Christmas Eve and reading it immediately is a book lover’s dream.
Christmas is a time of traditions, from the food shared to the decorations hung. Find out what makes the season special for Scandinavians, wherever they are in the world.
Gingerbread is a key element for a Nordic Christmas, but what happens when you combine it with architects, engineers and sustainable design ideas? The answer is an inspiring festive exhibition.
Christmas ideas for decorating your home, inspiration for Nordic style interiors and much more. This book is beautiful, informative and pure escapism.
First impressions always count, and Nordic House has everything you need to welcome visitors this holiday season from the second they arrive.
Spend an evening by the fire
wrapping Christmas gifts and
getting in the festive spirit. This year, our collection of sustainable gift wrap and ribbons are a delight to use and will make presents look extra special.
With Christmas on the horizon there’s no better time of year to ensure you have hygge covered, start your Christmas shopping or do a bit of both.
The artistic interpretation of classic Christmas motifs in a gorgeously tactile matt finish, make our exclusive range of handmade porcelain decorations a must have for more than just the tree.
With November fast approaching, there's a subtle seasonal shift that has us well and truly thinking about winter. Changing your tableware or linen is an effortless and attractive way to reflect the changing seasons.
Candlelight is synonymous with Scandi living so it’s no surprise that when it comes to Advent candles are involved. Bring this wonderful Christmas countdown to your home but first find out which option suits you best.
Now the nights are drawing in, cook up some comforting winter warmers from Lizzie Kamenetzky's brand new book.
Hoorah for summer, with the promise of endless days, warmth on our faces and
the joy of being with loved ones again
Spend this summer like a true Scandinavian with garden furniture that will see you outside from breakfast to lunch, and right through until sundown.
There’s something so magical
and meditative about fire – and a firepit is a wonderful addition to your outdoor space and bringing people together. You can cook on it too, here's a recipe to get you started.
Garden designer and author Annika Zetterman
believes that our gardens should help us, our wildlife
and our wider environment thrive.
Be inspired by summers past and give your home a timeless feel that’s special yet carefree. Think Scandi summerhouse style and pop on something suitably summery to wear and walk barefoot through the grass.
Plants provide us with such a sense of wellbeing,
both indoors and out. Give yours the attention
they deserve with a stylish new home.
Embrace the beauty of the natural
world in the third of our new
collections. Fresh and vibrant yet
delicate, the green and neutral palette creates a warm and
welcoming dining space.
Simple things – like escaping with a
good book, swimming or baking
bread – became part of our survival
mechanisms during lockdown,
but we aren’t giving them up easily
as we head towards normal…
Take a moment to pause and embrace all that is around you. Our second new collection in a coral and grey palette, soothes the senses.
Looking for ways to create Scandi-inspired
displays? Try our favourite style secrets
from our photoshoots.
Bring a Scandinavian summer home, with relaxed living, endless days and enough memory-making to last a lifetime.
Find inspiration in the soothing influence of the sea. Coastal Healing is the first of three new collections at Nordic House. It features a timeless blue and ivory palette, white-washed woods and natural materials.
It’s the season of new life, bringing hope and gratitude,
which can be found even in the smallest of things.
There is something so pleasing about having
simple pieces of kitchen kit that you enjoy using every day as our new kitchenware pieces show. They are made to be used… and loved.
There’s something so calming and beautiful about homes and interiors built from wood. A new book explores how modern architects are reimagining one of our most ancient materials for the future.
Did you know that in your own store cupboard you already have many of the ingredients needed to heal and prevent common ailments? Boost your own self care with these easy remedies.
Give your at-home dining experience a new twist
for spring with subtle colour, texture and artisan
pieces that will bring you joy – whether that’s a weekday breakfast or family celebration.
Natural materials, especially
wood, are such a huge part of
Scandinavian design adding
warmth, texture and simplicity as well as a sense of heritage.
Keep your vases looking as good as new with our handy tips.
Build up your collection of vases – from statement pieces just as effective without flowers to smaller ones ideal for impromptu styling moments.
Mix textures with soft shades for a
soothing look that will see you through into summer and beyond. You’ll
fall for our trend’s simplicity.
As we move into spring, take the time to savour
the moments that simply bring joy. It’s the season of hope and new beginnings.