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WHO ARE WE?
Hi there! We are Elina and Jane. We adore Scandinavian design, have keen interest in arts and crafts, everything handmade, beautiful and simple, which is why we started Nordlife – to share all this awesomeness with you.
We absolutely love every single one of the brands we sell and we couldn’t be prouder of the amazing men and women who produce all these lovely things for the rest of the world to admire. We truly hope you will enjoy wandering around here as much as we have enjoyed putting it all together.
Nordlife is not just a shop – we love writing and sharing stories about all things Scandinavian – here you can find tales of Nordic traditions, DIY projects, recipes, discover new trends and of course, read about our designers and their work.
Your little bundle of joy deserves all the best things in this world – the coolest toys, the cutest clothes and the cleanest bedding. Babies have practically no immune system, so everything around them must be as clean as possible, but without using harsh chemicals and other possibly harmful substances, which can cause illness and skin irritations. Even though it seems like an impossible mission, there’s no need to panic. Here are some very useful tips which will help you wash baby bedding easily and properly.
We are so happy to tell you that we finally have some new removable kids’ stickers in stock! We are extending our range with all the animal stickers Stickstay has to offer and also some of the balloon, space and flying range stickers.
Here’s just a little sneak peek 🙂
While I will admit to being an Aussie woman with a thriving Scandinavian design addiction, I have found that there is much more to Scandinavian women than their sense of style and beautifully designed home decor. According to the organization Save the Children, Finland is the best country in the world to become a mother, with Sweden coming in behind at a close second. What makes this so? Is it the culture and perception of happiness, or statistically are women and babies healthier in Scandinavian countries?