Best of 2018: Nordic Design’s Cutest Kids Rooms

, , , , , , , , , By Catherine Lazure | Nordic Design

 

This is the fourth roundup in my “Best of 2018” series. I browsed through the 250+ articles published on Nordic Design in 2018 and drilled down the most read and liked content, which I’ll share with you over the upcoming weeks – Beautiful and inspiring interiors worth remembering and saving for future reference.

Now I’ve gathered 16 of the cutest Scandinavian kids rooms featured on the blog last year. Here they are, in no particular order. You can click on the image to view the full post.

Enjoy!

 

1. Instagram Find: Viktoria’s Awe-Inspiring Kids Rooms Filled With Pretty Design

 

2. The Beautiful Copenhagen Home of a Vintage Scandinavian Design Collector

 

3. The Beautiful, Charming and Stylish Bedroom of Sonny Lou

 

4. A Beautifully Renovated New York City Apartment with Scandinavian Influence and Personality 

 

5. Tour a Sophisticated and Serene Swedish Apartment with an Effortless Elegance

 

6. Tour the Beautiful Home of Finnish Interior Stylist and Designer Minna Jones

 

7. A Spacious, Light-Filled Mountain Retreat With Danish Influence and a Soft Colour Palette

 

8. Take a Peek Inside the Beautiful and Eclectic Copenhagen Home of an Art Curator

 

9. Instagram Find: Viktoria’s Awe-Inspiring Kids Rooms Filled With Pretty Design

 

10. Tour a Beautiful Scandinavian-Inspired Getaway in The Hamptons

 

11. The Cool Industrial New York City Loft & Showroom of Vipp Owner Sofie Christensen Egelund

 

12. Mjölk Home: A Minimalist Toronto Residence Taking Inspiration from Scandinavia and Japan

 

13. Tour a Luminous, Cozy and Stylish Family Home in Sweden

 

14. Tour a Spacious, Bright and Cheerful Family Home in Gothenburg

 

15. Tour a Fun and Cheerful Rainbow-Hued Family Home in Sweden

 

16. Peek Inside a Cozy Family Home in Stockholm With a Seamless Mix of High and Low Decor

 

Which one is your favorite?

 

If you’d like to see more gorgeous kids rooms, have a look at my image gallery or see my previous yearly roundups.

 


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