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Scandinavian Designers II

Put timeless design on your walls. 
This is Scandinavian Designers II – a unique opportunity to decorate your walls with a piece of classic Scandinavian design. The collection features patterns from no less than five different designer icons within architecture and pattern design during the 1940’s – 1960’s. Browse through the characteristically timeless, geometric functional style of Arne Jacobsen, the decorative fairy tale patterns of Stig Lindberg, the Jobs sisters’ treasure chest of classic, flowery patterns and the stylish, sketched foliage of Viola Gråsten. All of the patterns in the collection have a natural, colorful and imaginative touch that make them a perfect complement to the understated, clean Scandinavian interior design. Classic and contemporary have never been more to the point.

 

Scandinavian Designers II - 1750

1750-Berså-Design by Stig Lindberg. The pattern with its stylized green leaves is one of the most loved by the Swedish people. The china was sold in immense quantities during the 1960’s and is considered an icon in Swedish homes today. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1751

1751-Berså-Design by Stig Lindberg. The pattern with its stylized green leaves is one of the most loved by the Swedish people. The china was sold in immense quantities during the 1960’s and is considered an icon in Swedish homes today. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1752

1752-Berså-Design by Stig Lindberg. The pattern with its stylized green leaves is one of the most loved by the Swedish people. The china was sold in immense quantities during the 1960’s and is considered an icon in Swedish homes today.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1753

Berså-Design by Stig Lindberg. The pattern with its stylized green leaves is one of the most loved by the Swedish people. The china was sold in immense quantities during the 1960’s and is considered an icon in Swedish homes today.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1754

Berså-Design by Stig Lindberg. The pattern with its stylized green leaves is one of the most loved by the Swedish people. The china was sold in immense quantities during the 1960’s and is considered an icon in Swedish homes today.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1755

Melodi-Design by Stig Lindberg. You ́ll find new clever details in this classic pattern every time you look at it. It was first displayed at an exhibition by NK (the Nordic Company) together with several others of Stig Lindberg’s imaginative textile patterns.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1756

Melodi-Design by Stig Lindberg. You ́ll find new clever details in this classic pattern every time you look at it. It was first displayed at an exhibition by NK (the Nordic Company) together with several others of Stig Lindberg’s imaginative textile patterns.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1757

Melodi-Design by Stig Lindberg. You ́ll find new clever details in this classic pattern every time you look at it. It was first displayed at an exhibition by NK (the Nordic Company) together with several others of Stig Lindberg’s imaginative textile patterns.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1758

Pottery-Design by Stig Lindberg. To Stig Lindberg, pottery was both the starting point and final step of his career. In the early 1940’s he designed statues and he also taught pottery at university. This is a pattern that changes its shape every time you look at it. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1759

Pottery-Design by Stig Lindberg. To Stig Lindberg, pottery was both the starting point and final step of his career. In the early 1940’s he designed statues and he also taught pottery at university. This is a pattern that changes its shape every time you look at it. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1760

Pottery-Design by Stig Lindberg. To Stig Lindberg, pottery was both the starting point and final step of his career. In the early 1940’s he designed statues and he also taught pottery at university. This is a pattern that changes its shape every time you look at it.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1761

Poem Dámour-Design by Stig Lindberg. A pattern from the large, playful collection that Stig Lindberg composed for an exhibition at NK (the Nordic Company) in 1947. The managing director, Astrid Sampe fell in love with the pattern to such a degree that she had it turned into a dress. Stig Lindberg then made a necklace and bracelet of porcelain flowers for the dress that is now on display at the Nordic Museum.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1762

Poem Dámour-Design by Stig Lindberg. A pattern from the large, playful collection that Stig Lindberg composed for an exhibition at NK (the Nordic Company) in 1947. The managing director, Astrid Sampe fell in love with the pattern to such a degree that she had it turned into a dress. Stig Lindberg then made a necklace and bracelet of porcelain flowers for the dress that is now on display at the Nordic Museum.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1763

Poem Dámour-Design by Stig Lindberg. A pattern from the large, playful collection that Stig Lindberg composed for an exhibition at NK (the Nordic Company) in 1947. The managing director, Astrid Sampe fell in love with the pattern to such a degree that she had it turned into a dress. Stig Lindberg then made a necklace and bracelet of porcelain flowers for the dress that is now on display at the Nordic Museum.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1764

Poem Dámour-Design by Stig Lindberg. A pattern from the large, playful collection that Stig Lindberg composed for an exhibition at NK (the Nordic Company) in 1947. The managing director, Astrid Sampe fell in love with the pattern to such a degree that she had it turned into a dress. Stig Lindberg then made a necklace and bracelet of porcelain flowers for the dress that is now on display at the Nordic Museum.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1765

Poem Dámour-Design by Stig Lindberg. A pattern from the large, playful collection that Stig Lindberg composed for an exhibition at NK (the Nordic Company) in 1947. The managing director, Astrid Sampe fell in love with the pattern to such a degree that she had it turned into a dress. Stig Lindberg then made a necklace and bracelet of porcelain flowers for the dress that is now on display at the Nordic Museum.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1766

Romans-Design by Viola Gråsten. An exciting pattern of leaves, so airy you can feel the sky appear beyond the leaves. The wallpaper pattern is based on Viola Gråsten’s original textile sketches that she made in 1964. This wallpaper is carefully preserving the spontaneous and sketchy expression that was so important to Viola. A timeless design. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1767

Romans-Design by Viola Gråsten. An exciting pattern of leaves, so airy you can feel the sky appear beyond the leaves. The wallpaper pattern is based on Viola Gråsten’s original textile sketches that she made in 1964. This wallpaper is carefully preserving the spontaneous and sketchy expression that was so important to Viola. A timeless design. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1768

Romans-Design by Viola Gråsten. An exciting pattern of leaves, so airy you can feel the sky appear beyond the leaves. The wallpaper pattern is based on Viola Gråsten’s original textile sketches that she made in 1964. This wallpaper is carefully preserving the spontaneous and sketchy expression that was so important to Viola. A timeless design.Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1769

Romans-Design by Viola Gråsten. An exciting pattern of leaves, so airy you can feel the sky appear beyond the leaves. The wallpaper pattern is based on Viola Gråsten’s original textile sketches that she made in 1964. This wallpaper is carefully preserving the spontaneous and sketchy expression that was so important to Viola. A timeless design. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1770

Amorina-Design by Viola Gråsten. A characteristic 1960’s pattern that works just as well today. The hand drawn leaves that make up the pattern create a beautiful wall much like a thick forest. The wallpaper originates from the textile with the same name that she designed in 1962 and it radiates both a modern and playful, naturalistic feeling. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1771

Amorina-Design by Viola Gråsten. A characteristic 1960’s pattern that works just as well today. The hand drawn leaves that make up the pattern create a beautiful wall much like a thick forest. The wallpaper originates from the textile with the same name that she designed in 1962 and it radiates both a modern and playful, naturalistic feeling. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1772

Amorina-Design by Viola Gråsten. A characteristic 1960’s pattern that works just as well today. The hand drawn leaves that make up the pattern create a beautiful wall much like a thick forest. The wallpaper originates from the textile with the same name that she designed in 1962 and it radiates both a modern and playful, naturalistic feeling. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1773

Amorina-Design by Viola Gråsten. A characteristic 1960’s pattern that works just as well today. The hand drawn leaves that make up the pattern create a beautiful wall much like a thick forest. The wallpaper originates from the textile with the same name that she designed in 1962 and it radiates both a modern and playful, naturalistic feeling. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00

Scandinavian Designers II - 1774

Vertigo-Design by Arne Jacobsen. Arne Jacobsen was a master at using simple shapes such as triangles and circles to create intricate patterns with both rhythm, pace and tone. Vertigo is based on the movements of semicircles and was first designed as a furniture fabric. Show collection Scandinavian Designers II
$99.00
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