APRIL AND MAY
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Travels easily between different rooms

Atelier chair| Artek

A universal wooden chair, Atelier Chair was designed for the new restaurant of the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, which evokes an artist’s atelier. Commissioned by the museum as part of an initiative to foster contemporary Nordic design, Atelier Chair is compact, lightweight and stackable. Its slender proportions and geometric lines create an arresting aesthetic. Simple and direct, the chair possesses elegant details, such as the connecting bars which hug the front legs. The comfortable and versatile chair is equally at home at a desk, a dining table, a meeting room, a restaurant or in an auditorium.

Atelier Chair is designed by Stockholm-based studio TAF Studio.

 
 
 

 

SCANDINAVIAN LIVING X APRIL AND MAY

 
 
 
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current favorite

KK 3 fold single

Elegant and sophisticated as well as a playfull ( check our kids page to see how to use it with some magical kids imagination! ) We love such multifunctional designs.

KK 3 Fold Single is by KlipKlap’s take on the classic and well-known foldable mattress. The three layers effortlessly transform into a wide range of forms that encourage to hours of play and quality time for the whole family. The mattress can also be used as a single guest bed.

 

 

 
 

RAAMI 

a new dining collection by Jasper Morrison

Raami – Finnish for ‘frame’ – leaves space for the shared, lasting moments.

The carefully composed pieces of the collection work together to promote a good atmosphere around the table, from morning to evening.

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 
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OUR WORK FOR SCANDINAVIAN LIVING MAGAZINE

In 2017 we started working for the Dutch magazine Scandinavian Living by BoBedre. Since then we styled 10 amazing interiors together with photographer Sjoerd Eickmans, including two covers, something that makes us very proud. And in January we will continue our work with new homes that will certainly inspire you, and us!

The latest issue is out now, featuring the home of Brecht and her family. Don’t you just love her atelier? It was again a pleasure to work in such beautiful environment.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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