While Scandinavian style made wood and pastel shades mainstays of interior design, the trend for materials like velvet, copper and brass heralds a new set of must-haves for the home, bringing a 1930s vibe to interiors and outdoor spaces.
Danish design house, Stelton, renowned for its timeless Scandinavian design philosophy has released the new Foster range of contemporary tableware.
Combining classicism and modernity, Ruche offers a new interpretation of flatware set to make you rediscover the pleasure and the traditional French table art in everyday life.
The Stockholm Design Week running in conjunction with Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair will be buzzing with over 200 events, installations, parties and the display of “The Light House” in Kungsträdgården.
Inspired by the Japanese century-old technique called “Kintsugi” to repair ceramics, the artisanal method celebrates cracks with eye-catching shine rather than trying to conceal them.
For the first time, visitors to the Pavilion of Art and Design fair can view an assortment of Scandinavian design, bespoke chandeliers and custom-designed furniture from the invited, distinguished design galleries.