Best of My Scandinavian Home 2023!

This post contains an advert for my own book. 

Hello friends! 

It feels like only yesterday I was summing up the blog year for 2022. But here it is – the best of My Scandinavian Home 2023! 

This blog is in it’s 12th year, and I have to say, I am equally in love with this little corner of the web now as I was way back then! This is all thanks to you! I so appreciate you stopping by and I’ve loved reading your comments and emails.  

2023 has been quite a year, not least because I completed my fourth book Njuta – The Swedish Art of Savouring the Moment which launches on 26th December (available to order here among other places) – I’m excited and nervous in equal measure. I hope you enjoy reading Njuta as much as have writing it. It is set to launch in other languages too – more info to come in 2024! 

Over the past week I’ve been busy rounding up the most popular blog and instagram posts of the year and it’s quite a selection! From a charming cottage overlooking a Norwegian fjord and a Swedish home in the South of France to Marianne’s Stockholm apartment and a cabin in Latvia! Read on to discover more! 

Top blog posts of 2023 (starting with your most favourite!):

1. A charming rural cottage by a Norwegian fjord

2. A charming Swedish family home in the south of France

5. Before and after: A dated Danish house becomes a vibrant summer cottage

Top instagram posts on @myscandinavianhome in 2023

I loved all these too! 

But, perhaps you had other favourites – after all, I did share around 120 Scandinavian home tours this year! If so, let us all know which caught your eye below! 

If you’d like to pour over some Scandi inspiration over the holidays, here are some of my favourites archives: 

Right folks, other than a quick ‘Merry Christmas’ post on Friday, I think this is pretty much it from me this year. Thank you so much again for stopping by, it really means so much to me! 

If I don’t see you before the holidays, hope you have a really wonderful, relaxing break. I’ll be back again on 8th January, 2024. In the meantime, you might like to subscribe to my newsletter so you don’t miss any posts and you can also find me on Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram

Stor kram! (big hug!) to you all! 


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