From Svenskt Tenn
Cabinet 2192, also called the "Corrugated cabinet", was designed by Josef Frank in 1954.
Armchair 652 has a Chinese influence and was designed by Josef Frank in 1936.
Cabinet 881 is now part of the permanent collection at Sweden’s National Museum.
A classic since 2009, inspired by Nordic nature and dew drops an early summer morning.
For every occasion
Set the table with fanciful designs, floral textiles, pastels and a variety of glass and porcelain.
Invite your friends to a shimmering feast served with sparkling glass, cutlery and decorations in classic pewter.
The founder of Svenskt Tenn, Estrid Ericson, was an eclectic. Over the years she became increasingly original, especially in the art of laying a table.
A festive table setting is understated and elegant with soft touches of white, grey and blue-grey.
Discover inspiring table settings for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with classic porcelain collections and elegant details.
Discover a dazzling table setting, full of decorative details, colourful prints and different types of flowers.
The flowers exude a pleasant scent over the table. Svenskt Tenn has adorned the setting with a green colour explosion.
from Svenskt Tenn
The four rooms in this year's autumn exhibition have been furnished to create a cosy and homely feel, with deep colours and prints for different expressions.
The more knowledge one has, the easier it becomes to discuss complex relationships. There are many questions in these sustainability-conscious times, and here we answer some of them.
Svenskt Tenn's magazine is a source of inspiration. Read the latest articles and stories or browse through pictures from exhibitions and interiors created by our Interior Design Studio.