The Ultimate Guide
Danish designers were highly influenced by the Bauhaus School, which produced objects based on the principles of form and usefulness.
Because wool is so widely available, it is frequently used in Icelandic interior design.
Swedes makes use of simple lines and interiors with bright flashes of color.
Finnish design places an emphasis on its relationship with nature to create simply designed items that are well-crafted and timeless.
Norwegian design takes lighting very seriously. Rooms are designed to make the most of any available natural light, as well as incorporates simple lighting arrangements.