Art and paintings adorn the walls and the Christmas tree is full of colourful fruit. An atmospheric living room is best created like this, with a mix of old, new, assorted, personal and timeless items.
Candlesticks are part of Christmas, and the golden brass surfaces can be combined endlessly. On Cabinet 2170 stands Svenskt Tenn's classic angel and Slingan (the loop) designed by Josef Frank. He wanted this candle holder to create a wave effect, and he achieved this by cleverly bending the material and placing the candles on top. The design has an exciting, organic form, almost reminiscent of a flowering vine.
Glistening brass candle sconce, designed in the 1940s by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn. It has previously been produced as a table lamp.
This soft throw is hand loomed and brushed to create a fluffy form. The cooperation with the Finnish supplier has been going on for many years.
Stool 647 was designed by Josef Frank in 1936. Since 1952, it is part of an interior at Millesgården in Stockholm, Sweden.
The inspiration for this decorative tree came from Josef Frank’s Figaro och Tolvekarna prints, which he designed for Svenskt Tenn in 1940.
The living room interior has a yellow and orange colour palette, detectable on furniture and frames as well as textiles and accessories.
Margit Thorén designed the Vägen furniture fabric together with Svenskt Tenn’s founder Estrid Ericson in 1949. Three linen threads in different shades give it a beautiful luster and a diagonal weave of twined linen in a cotton warp makes it very sturdy.
With the fruit glass baubles, the Christmas tree can be transformed into a Tree of Knowledge and thus create its own paradise during Christmas. All of the bauble fruits are present in the actual Hubris Tree pattern, and the whole collection is created by designer Sam Wilde.