New year, new products! January started the year off strong, welcoming a stellar assortment of new design treasures to Finnish Design Shop’s selection. Design Stories picked the five most inspiring products for January – take a look and find some new favorites!
New Works: Margin pendant
The Margin pendant light by New Works is a beautifully crafted luminaire designed by John Astbury. A layered textile shade filters the light softly, creating a comforting glow, while the meticulous geometric shapes add a little kick. The tactile surface of the shades gives the Margin ceiling lamp an organic touch, underscoring its harmonious look. The Margin pendant is available in three impressive sizes, the smallest of them 50 cm in diameter.
Maze: Liza cabinet
Maze’s Liza cabinet gives a classic design a fresh, modern twist. Crafted with care from painted, perforated metal and finished with beautiful leather handles, the Liza cabinet is as elegant as it is functional: behind closed doors, you’ll find three shelves and a spacious drawer. Designed by Louise Hederström, the Liza cabinet is ideal for both the kitchen and kids’ room – and for starting a conversation!
Iittala: Aalto vase
Iittala’s Aalto vase, designed by Alvar Aalto in 1936, is an iconic classic that has maintained its charm over the decades. The bold new ultramarine shade makes the sparks fly even harder though – the deep blue hue is jaw-droppingly stunning and would look lovely paired with a palette of muted beiges and chocolatey browns. Iittala has sought inspiration for the colour from Finnish nature, and the shade successfully paints a beautiful picture of bilberry-filled forests and a crystal-clear lake after sunset. Iittala's Ruutu vase is also available in the delectable ultramarine shade.
Ferm Living: Crease Wool floor cushion
Ferm Living’s Crease wool cushion borrows its graphic contours from modern architecture. The geometric, clean-cut pattern creates a mind-bending contrast with the plush tufted wool, giving the cushion its signature tactile look. The grand cushion offers its full support for lazy daydreaming, and it can also double as a fun extra seat. The deliciously textured collection also includes a rectangular cushion and Crease Wool rugs in two different sizes.
By Lassen: Ingeborg sofa
By Lassen’s Ingeborg sofa was designed by iconic Danish architect Flemming Lassen in the 1940s. Named after his mother, artist Ingeborg Winding, the soft curves and forward-reaching armrests of the endearing Ingeborg sofa bring to mind a mother’s tender embrace. The soft and fluffy upholstery looks and feels warm and inviting, underscoring the sofa’s comforting mood. The beautiful Ingeborg sofa is also strictly functional: the petite, carefully detailed sofa is perfect for smaller spaces, and the timeless design can be endlessly combined with coffee tables and lounge chairs in different styles.
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