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Create a warm and welcoming interior with Scandinavian textiles in your favourite designs. Here at Nordic Nest, we offer a large selection of designer rugs, blankets and cushions and other soft textiles to make your home cosy.
Scandinavian fabric and textile designers are among the most sought-after pattern designers in the world. Textile production has a long history in Scandinavia, with many of the traditional techniques being used today in true homage to real craftsmanship.
In our assortment, you will find both classic and contemporary Scandinavian brands, such as Almedahls, Ekelund Linneväveri, House Doctor and NJRD.
Here you will be able to choose from textiles and rugs for every room in the house. Find the perfect cushion, blanket or fabrics for your living room or bedroom, or a new shower curtain and set of towels for your bathroom. Adding different fabrics and textiles to your home allows you to mix, match and change your interior in a matter of minutes. Experiment with colour, textures and patterns to create your very own look.
With us at Nordic Nest, you can browse through our large selection of fabric by the meter to find inspiration for your next sewing project. Choose from some of Scandinavia’s favourite brands, such as Marimekko, Klippan Yllefabrik and Arvidssons Textil.
If you are looking for sustainable textiles in beautiful designs, we offer a large selection for you to choose from.
For example, the Way collection by Ferm Living includes a variety of environmentally friendly textiles, such as door mats, rugs and cushions made from recycled plastic bottles.
We also recommend the Sisal collection from Dixie for their sustainable textiles, as the material sisal is strong and durable as well as completely biodegradable. In addition, sisal absorbs more carbon dioxide than it produces.