As the world’s largest meeting place for the Scandinavian design industry, Stockholm Furniture Fair keeps growing. Each year, it showcases the iconic Nordic brands as well as the up-and-coming designers, gathering thus all interior players in the beautiful Swedish capital.
When the temperatures drop, nothing compares to a cosy and welcoming home. While Nordic interiors remains mainly light and bright to compensate the long winter darkness, this year, warm tones and vivid accents enlighten many collections. Seeking for more harmony, furniture and homeware get softly rounded. Could it be an invitation to slow down and enjoy more peaceful time at home?
Discover the highlights of this 2017 edition.
Jaime Hayon, Guest of Honour 2017, has designed the impressive Hayon DNA Gallery.
Trend Exhibition 2017/18 by interior stylist Lotta Agaton
Part of the Stockholm Design Week, many exhibitions taking place in the city centre were also worth a stop.
Artek at the MDT Stockholm
Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken presented with a beautiful installation the furniture and home accessories that he has created for the Finnish brand Artek.
Curated by Karin Åberg Waern, ArkDes and Hanna Nova Beatrice and styled by Kråkvik & D’Orazio, the exhibition Designed to Last focuses on the current biggest challenges of the design industry: sustainability and respect for the environment.
And there is more to come! In the coming weeks, we present you the emerging talents spotted at the Greenhouse of Stockholm Furniture Fair as well as the new Hem showroom.
In the meantime, get more insights on our Instagram account.
Photography: ©Geraldine Morand