"A window shouldn't turn into a dark hole at night. Curtains diffuse the light, soften up the darkness and moderate the heat of the sun."
Svenskt Tenn's own linen fabric is the basis for this decorative and festive table setting, with a colour palette in light aqua and sober pink.
Svenskt Tenn’s living room is dressed in red and green tones in the form of patterned textiles, soft rugs and dazzling vegetation.
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 reading nook creates a space for catching one’s breath and reflection – and a lot can be achieved with means either big or small.
Colourful dining room at Svenskt Tenn. Light tones and soft details are replaced by vibrant hues, strong accessories and graphic patterns.
Josef Frank used colours and patterns, included both high and low, and did unabashed borrowing from various cultures and eras.
Josef Frank was inspired by the material world of East Asia and made use of rattan, bamboo and other materials, which recur in a number of his designs.
The Interior Design Studio is commissioned to work on projects in both private homes as well as public environments.