Clerkenwell Design Week provided the opportunity to hear a panel of leading contributors unpack the report. They shed light on four leading trends appearing on the global stage, namely bilingual interiors, sugared Scandi, recharged wellness and fluent translation. We’re going to take a closer look at one trend which is rapidly gaining speed within the sphere of hospitality design: bilingual interiors.
Scandinavian folk design is bursting with joyful colour, prints and motifs inspired by the natural world. Enjoy reading about how the Larsson artists helped to further the love of folk design in interiors and discover an array of stunning folk antique furniture.
How does someone so young have a such a discerning eye for celebrated vintage design and the vision to establish a business around it? Now based in Amsterdam, Eva told us all about the early days of Forest and how training in fashion ultimately lead her to furniture design.
Will Scandinavian chair icons ever go out of style? We doubt it. Timeless aesthetic and superior craftsmanship promise plenty more trips around the sun for these vintage, culture-shaping beauties, so we might as well do our homework and learn more about the most significant Scandinavian chair designs of all time.
Join us on the walk down the memory lane and get inspired!
Can you guess which design we’re talking about? It’s the Togo Ligne Roset sofa, of course! This wonderfully wacky 1970s creation was a rapid departure from even the most unconventional of existing sofa designs at the time. If you’re not already familiar with the Togo, you certainly can’t forget it once it’s on your design radar.
Frankfurt based Markus Friedrich Staab is an artist with a gifted eye for transforming ordinary items into imaginative art forms. Staab’s work is testament to his passionate belief that every day furniture shouldn’t be limited to its practical function but be elevated as an expression of creativity and inspiration.
Designing a bedroom for children is enormous fun. There is no limit to the imagination when it comes to the theme… step out of your comfort zone and embrace a palette of more whimsical colours, or create a dreamscape full of inspiring accessories. From balloon lamps – think Mary Poppins! – to stylish Scandinavian toys, we think that these vintage designs will transform a child’s living area into a world of imagination.
We know you are used to us unearthing quality vintage pieces for you, but today we would like to bring your attention to a person instead. Kai Kristiansen is one of the best furniture designers Danish Modern has to offer, and yet his name remains a relatively well-kept secret in the design circles ready to be exploited by well-educated collectors!
Vinterior is above all known for our expansive collection of unique vintage and antique furniture. Look a little further and you may also happen across an unexpected wealth of artworks and prints, featuring among them a host of artistic gems from the 20th century.
Czech chair designs from the 20th century are currently among the highest in demand. Celebrated designers such as Antonín Šuman and Jindřich Halabala are being sought by designers across the world. We wanted to bring the best of their work directly to your door. Enjoy this selection below and enjoy browsing the full collection!