This charming, tiny sofa is standing on solid ash wood legs, and it is also available in a one-seater version. Continue Reading ➝
This creative yet simple system was designed by renowned Belgian architect Julien De Smedt for Muuto. Continue Reading ➝
This beautiful Nordic style house is located in scenic Nova Scotia. The interior is one large space, which can be separated into rooms with the use folding walls. Continue Reading ➝
Playful KNOT pillow was designed by Icelandic Ragnheiður Ösp Sigurðardóttir for Design House Stockholm. Continue Reading ➝
This beautiful tripod is made of painted steel and copper.
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In this joyful series, the designers combine clothing and furniture.
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The Design Without Borders exhibition was held in Budapest for the fifth time, featuring works of over 70 independent designers from Baltic, Scandinavian and Central European countries. Continue Reading ➝
This unique sideboard was designed by acclaimed Swedish designer Jesper Ståhl for Voice. Continue Reading ➝
Despite the very narrow plot, the house is surrounded by small terraces from three sides and also has a roof terrace, thus every room of the house have connection to a deck or garden. Continue Reading ➝
The No. 1 sofa was the first product Mogensen created as head designer of Fredericia. Continue Reading ➝
As the name suggests, Lessmore is a range of minimalist bathroom furniture by Ballingslöv Sweden. Continue Reading ➝
OAK series is a homage to post WWII Scandinavian design, and were designed by prominent Swedish architect & designer Jonas Lindvall. Continue Reading ➝
This four bedroom vacation home, designed by Fantastic Norway, is located in Sør-Trøndelag county in Central Norway. Continue Reading ➝
Falun is a historic city and a world heritage site located in Dalarna County, Sweden. But it’s also famous for something else, namely the Swedish Red Paint. Continue Reading ➝