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Josef Frank, Swedish-Austrian designer, known for his textiles, was also an architect, furniture designer,  glass ware, lighting, and metalwork- artist.

Day one: Josef Frank

Josef Frank, Swedish-Austrian designer, known for his textiles, was also an architect, furniture designer, glass ware, lighting, and metalwork- artist.

Paint colors reflect the Swedish Gustavian Style; soft grays, blues, greens and warm white. Lime Wash Glaze and Sheer Smoke Glaze to add beauty.  Colors of Sweden now available through select retailers #paintcolorsofsweden

Paint colors reflect the Swedish Gustavian Style; soft grays, blues, greens and warm white. Lime Wash Glaze and Sheer Smoke Glaze to add beauty. Colors of Sweden now available through select retailers #paintcolorsofsweden

This tiny Swedish kitchen has something many Scandinavian spaces don’t: warmth. We love how its designers extended the earthy tones of the brick wall into the shelving, cabinetry, and teapots!

25 Absolutely Beautiful Small Kitchens

This tiny Swedish kitchen has something many Scandinavian spaces don’t: warmth. We love how its designers extended the earthy tones of the brick wall into the shelving, cabinetry, and teapots!

Swedish design and Peruvian craft meet as prehistoric aliens

Swedish Design and Peruvian Craft Meet As “Prehistoric Aliens”

Over to the dark side in a Swedish space

Over to the dark side in a Swedish space

Sofa Quality. Tips And Tricks On Finding Great Pieces Of Furniture. Your furnishings allow you to use your creative side. You simply need to find items emblematic of your unique style. This piece will enlighten you as to ho

A blue dream in Swedish Varberg, the home of Kristin Lagerqvist | Reportage in Swedish Elle Decoration by Emma Persson Lagerberg | Photo by Andrea PapiniFollow Style and Create at Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook | Bloglovin

A blue dream in Swedish Varberg, the home of Kristin Lagerqvist | Reportage in Swedish Elle Decoration by Emma Persson Lagerberg | Photo by Andrea PapiniFollow Style and Create at Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook | Bloglovin

Stools for the matching table? Tasmania-based furniture designer Duncan Meerding loves the outback wilderness, which comes across in his work – his most popular pieces are simple logs whose natural cracks emit soft, warm light. Meerding is also legally blind, so the use of light in his

Stools for the matching table? Tasmania-based furniture designer Duncan Meerding loves the outback wilderness, which comes across in his work – his most popular pieces are simple logs whose natural cracks emit soft, warm light. Meerding is also legally blind, so the use of light in his

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