A few highlights from this year's visit to the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.
Timeless clean lines, textiles in neutral tones such as pine green and wall colors in Red Ochre and Prussian blue were seen throughout the fair this year. Japanese influences are strong in Loïc Bard's wooden pieces. Sigurd Ressell's Falcon chair gets a make over for today's production. Luca Nichetto's new chair Mame for Fogia has an incredible craftsmanship and quality upholstery. Details in leather and cane are all time favorites. Norven's children's furniture grows with children giving sustainability a new meaning. Källemo’s Bruno chairs by Mats Theselius are my all time favorite in cognac leather. Other favorite booths were by Established & Sons, & tradition, Menu and Frama.
The Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair is a great location and the largest trade show to view the latest tendencies in design in the Nordic countries.
If you can’t make it to Stockholm in February for the show (the winter weather might not make it very appealing for those not use to a Nordic winter), there are plenty of great locations to visit all year round to see design in Stockholm, check out our travel list for Stockholm for some recommendations.
See something you like and don’t know where to find it? Get in touch with us. We are happy to help you source Scandinavian design for your interior projects.
If you are more interested in Scandinavian fairs read my Days of Design, Copenhagen blogpost