Minimalism, good light and artfully-wilted flowers; there are a few things that come to mind when you visualise Danish interiors. Though it would be easy to consider the aesthetic as monolithic, there are actually a range of color schemes, materials and influences to be found within Danish design. Who better to share the constantly-changing landscape of design inspiration, brands and styling than bloggers?
Here’s a selection of our favorite Danish interior design blogs:
One of the biggest and most influential Danish design blogs, Allan Torp’s Bungalow 5 covers everything from design news to cars. He writes in a casual, colloquial style (in English!) and his pictures are always fantastic.
The above header image is also by the website creator Allan Torp.
White space and very pretty things; this is like a blog-palate cleanser and we love it. Check out her site for perfectly-styled vignettes of top Scandi brands.
News about the latest design trends and brands and great mood boards to boot. There’s a lot of attention paid to smaller Danish designers. It’s in Danish, but the images are still worth it if you don’t speak/read the language!
Gitte Christensen is a talented stylist who shares her work on this fun and creative blog. She focuses on products that promote sustainability and runs a webshop as well, so you can easily pick up the items you fall in love with through her beautiful photography.
Rikke’s look is simple with a bit of whimsy. There’s a lot of greys, whites, stripes and pastels; a kind of New England-goes-Scandinavian vibe.
Malene Marie Møller’s blog (and Instagram) are full of daily inspiration for your ever-evolving style. Her style is a great mix of quirky and classic; a near-perfect distillation of the modern Danish look.
Did we miss your favorite Danish interior design blog? Tell us about it in the comments!