Nordic Interior Design



Published on June 20, 2019


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The wedding season is now approaching many, whether it is a self marrying or friends and family. We do not have anyone close to getting married this summer. But I certainly have a great deal with a fresh and summery table cover that hopefully can be an inspiration to you who are planning a wedding.




The elegant crockery I used for this table cover was designed by Vera Wang herself, the queen of wedding dress design around the world. The pattern is in beautiful blonde and flower shape. Along with these I have used Alba Fine Line champagne glass from Magnor Glassverk (and fun fact: which is also used in every time we meet :)





I add warm colors with beige cutlery and candles, gold details and of course fresh flowers. For the matrix vase from Georg Jensen I have put together a random bouquet inspired by wild field flowers. The green rays along with the deep purple color became a nice contrast to the light and delicate. Bucket lantern and ice bucket add a sophisticated feel and are the icing on the table. These are Jan Thomas who designed, for Magnor Glassverk. A guy I get more and more sense of :) Cheers at people who are themselves fully and completely no matter what others may think.



I find it extraordinarily nice to put myself at a wedding and find goodies at my place;) Here I found white chocolate bar rhubarb and raspberry cover, with licorice core inside. Good tips to cover with a little thought to make guests feel special.


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Hope this was an inspiration and that you will keep up with the next theme in June, which is a table cover for the summer party. And good luck with planning for you to get married!


Nina Eik


How would you describe your home now apart from the Nordic/Scandinavian influence?

Its functional with an open space for social settings. My home is Scandinavian inspired with a twist of new and old things. I like to mix structure, geometry and untraditional combinations to make it look interesting.

What you love about Nordic/Scandinavian design?

Its modern and clean, but also versatile for everyone to make their own twist on it. You can get a feeling of who lives in the home.

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