Immerse yourself in beautiful Scandinavian homes decorated for spring with all the outdoor natural elements of the northern countries, where less is always more!

Scandinavian Spring Homes When Less is More

This past winter I shared the post, Homes in Sweden | My 10 Favorite with you and it’s quickly becoming one of your favorite blog posts.

And like you, I swoon over Scandinavian homes and decor styles too.

So let’s revisit these same 10 homes and how they transition from their cozy north country decor into spring.

What Does Scandinavian Mean?

Scandinavian is a term for belonging or relating to a group of northern European countries that includes Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.

What Do Scandinavian Countries Have in Common?

  • creamy sauces
  • pretty houses
  • furniture so nice, everybody wants it
  • real winters
  • a very relaxed mentality
  • high humanitarian standards
  • a thing for fish
  • beautiful old cities with large, cleanly designed architecture

What is Scandinavian Style?

Scandinavian design is marked by a focus on clean, simple lines, minimalism, and functionality without sacrificing beauty.

Scandinavian Spring Homes

1. Vibeke Design

This Norwegian home is an absolute favorite of mine. Simple, yet fabulous outdoor elements are displayed to perfection throughout this Scandinavian spring home.

The neutral colors paired with the checkered patterns, absolutely love it!

2. Nordin- Garden on Instagram

This home in Sweden always reminds me of our home here in Vermont. I think it’s how she adds the Scandinavian spring home touches, like flowers when there’s still snow on the ground outside.

She captures this feeling beautifully!

3. T. Susanna on Instagram

Susanna’s 1880’s house is so inviting, again with her morning coffee, flowers, and her Cocker Spaniel, Dumbo!

You may also enjoy the Firelight, Evergreens, and Snow: The Christmas Bottle Project of Swedish Homes post.

4. Livoghjem on Instagram

Lisbeth incorporates her gorgeous antiques with yellow spring flowers and of course, warmed up with her Scandinavian-baked goodies.

5. Sebastian Bergstrom

Sebastian incorporates the magnificent colors of Sweden into his city home in Stockholm. Sharing his glorious breakfasts, adorable puppy, Herman, and numerous vintage collections.

Follow Sebastian Bergstrom on Instagram too.


Don’t miss these adorable Scandinavian summer cottages too!

10 Dreamy Scandinavian Summer Cottages


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6. Milky Minted on Instagram

Mary decorates her 1960’s apartment with beautiful blues! Have you ever thought of a blue and white chessboard like this one? What a creative coffee table display.

7. Nina Haug on Instagram

Nina is thrilled to say goodbye to winter and welcomes spring into her Scandinvanian home with all the beautiful blues and yellows of the season.

Goodbye Winter…

Scandinavian Spring Homes When Less is More

Hello Spring…

8. My Vintage Home on Instagram

Trudi’s Scandinavian home looks so soft and calming decorated with her pastel colors for spring. The contrast with her antique furniture is so inviting, don’t you just want to pull up a chair at one of her tables and sit for a spell?

9. Therese Bergqvist on Instagram

Everything about Therese’s home is elegant and oh so charming. I’ve always admired the pink geraniums that our friends in the north country embrace from the outdoors to their indoor windowsills lined with these beautiful flowers.

10. Homes in Sweden on Instagram

And my #10 favorite is the actual Instagram account “Homes in Sweden”.

Where daily inspiration from their favorite homes in Sweden is shared!

Homes in Sweden

I’m so glad you dropped by today, and if you are new to my blog, welcome!

Scandinavian Spring Homes When Less is More

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  1. Simply beautiful, I just love it. Do you think some of the flowers like the ones in the tall pail(I believe second or third picture) are kept in pots year round?

  2. What about Finland??

    1. Hi Melissa great question! My understanding is that Politically and geographically, Finland is part of the Nordic region but not the Scandinavian region🇫🇮

  3. Ann, this is a lovely post! So many beautiful homes and inspiration! Love this! Happy day to you, friend!