Scandinavian Design: 7 Items For The Perfect Home

Scandinavian Design: 7 Items For The Perfect Home
Scandinavian Design: 7 Items For The Perfect Home

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[1] Hanger "BERG", Arash Eskafi

An original hanger is not only a good way to decorate the space, but also a reason to put things in order in the house. Young Swedish designer Arash Eskafi has created a BERG hanger especially for those who like to throw their things around. This laconic in form, compact in size and easy to use item will become an irreplaceable detail in the hallway or dressing room.

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Photo: behance.net/espritdesign

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[2] Sofa "Aura Wood", Mikko Laakkonen

The two-seater sofa with the meditative name “Aura” was designed by Finnish designer Mikko Laakkonen for the INNO brand. The model, presented in several colors, was immediately appreciated and awarded the prestigious international Red Dot Design Award: Best of the Best for thoughtful and innovative design. Her "wooden version", released next, inherited all the best features.

Photo: mikkolaakkonen.com
Photo: mikkolaakkonen.com

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[3] Wardrobe "Room", Kyuyhung Cho and Erik Olovsson

Swedish designers Erik Olavsson and Kyuhyunog Cho decided to remember their childhood and play construction set. The result of the joint "tomfoolery" was a serious, reliable and convenient cabinet "Room". The object consists of movable modules, making it easy to modify and move in space. The authors themselves have given the modules very diverse forms, which allows you to store any items in the "Room": from a tall vase to keys.

Photo: kyuhyungcho.com
Photo: kyuhyungcho.com

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[4] Chair "Vava", Kristine Five Melvaer

Norwegian designer Kristine Five Melvær has created an unusual "Vava" stool with zigzag legs for compact storage. An excellent option for small spaces - it is not only easy to store, but also very beautiful. According to the author, she managed not only to turn an ordinary kitchen stool into an outstanding interior detail, but also to make it as comfortable and stable as possible.

Photo: kristinefivemelvaer.com
Photo: kristinefivemelvaer.com

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[5] Coffee table "Mopsy", Markus Johansson

Multilevel coffee tables are not a new topic. However, the Swedish designer Markus Johansson still managed to surprise. He made his collection of tables "Mopsy" uncomplicated in terms of design and very easy to use. Everything is simple in the model: from color to shape. However, the main distinguishing feature of Mopsy is its movable parts that can be swapped to create new compositions. In any of the combinations, it will look stylish and harmonious.

Photo: markusjohansson.com
Photo: markusjohansson.com

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[6] Stool "Carry On", Mattias Stenberg

Swedish designer Matthias Stenberg, a passionate lover of everything modern, convinces: furniture should be mobile, uncomplicated and comfortable. The "Carry On" padded chair with a handle is a clear example of his creative credo. A couple more pluses in favor of this compact item - it is made of environmentally friendly materials and is presented in a wide color palette.

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Photo: offecct.se/en

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[7] Chaise lounges, poufs and tableware from the Marimekko x Target collection

The Finnish fashion house Marimekko was glorified by Jacqueline Kennedy herself in the distant 60s, appearing on the cover of the popular Sports Illustrated magazine in a dress from their new collection. Since then, the brand is known all over the world and successfully produces not only clothes, but also furniture, textiles and other interior items.

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Photo: us.marimekko.com

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The new limited edition collection with bright, cheerful prints is the result of collaboration between Marimekko and Target. In their quest to create an eternal summer, the designers mixed all the colors of the rainbow and boldly decorated tableware, sun loungers, curtains and poufs with them.>

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