FROM SVENSKT TENN
A cosy outdoor space means you can enjoy the garden and nature for a longer period of the year. Here we have gathered tips and advice.
Svenskt Tenn welcomes the spring holiday with a whimsical mix of colours and prints.
For this year’s Easter table setting, Svenskt Tenn has combined classic items with the Dé tableware collection.
Decorate with a variation of materials and colours that create a harmonious atmosphere. Here we have gathered all the inspiration you need to create your own personal style.
Things that you like will automatically fuse to form a relaxing entity.
There should be at least five light sources in every room. The light from a ceiling lamp is best used for cleaning and doing housework. The rest of the time, the light ought to be lower down.
Estrid Ericson was known for her personal table settings and the way she adorned the most beautiful of tables. We have gathered all the inspiration you need to set the table.
A workspace or library can be a place for creativity, inspiration and concentration. Furnish with desks, armchairs, bookshelves and literature to create a warm atmosphere.
Coffee table 2139 combines the round shape with Josef Frank’s typical coamings. Learn more about the coffee table and the history behind it here.
Ten years have passed since Carina Seth Andersson designed the Dagg vase for Svenskt Tenn. Learn more about the vase and the designer’s thoughts.
Vänskapsknuten has become a classic in Svenskt Tenn’s range, both due to its form and its meaning. Here you can read all about the history.
Estrid Ericson loved elephants, and the exotic animal is seen in several of her early creations, such as pewter boxes and figurines.
Svenskt Tenn's range includes, among other things, five glass vases designed by Josef Frank; all in different sizes and with undulating shapes.
Svenskt Tenn has gathered everything you need to know about curtains; hanging, measuring and supplies.
Svenskt Tenn's founder Estrid Ericson loved arranging different kinds of flowers in different shaped vases.
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.