Interior Design at Formex Stockholm

Formex is the largest Nordic Interior Design Trade Fair held every January in Stockholm and is only open to those in the trade. A great chance to see all the latest offerings from both top high end designers to the up and coming ones.

It is being held this week from the 20th to the 23rd of January and apart from the Design booths, there are also talks held throughout the day. Here are some pictures from the Fair.

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True Blue’s beautifully styled table. Hand crafted Indigo fabrics from China.
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Helena Schmidt Thurow founder of True Blue.
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Broste Copenhagen.
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Broste Copenhagen.
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House Doctor.
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Hubsch
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Lindform
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Something very different among all the Scandinavian offerings, Jonathan Adler.
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Sköna Hem for Himla.
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Always attractive geometric patterns and colours from Chhatwal & Jonsson.
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Chhatwal & Jonsson.
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Entrepreneur Jonas Ericsson, who had once taken Scandinavian Design to Singapore with his company Style Nordic, now brings Singapore Design to Scandinavia. Dot & Beyond.
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Reversible bags by Gnome & Bow. Dot & Beyond.
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Hinika, Rocking Dragon by Jarrod Lim. Dot & Beyond.
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Eva Solo like a Vitamin C shot!
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Kristina Stark
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Kristina Stark’s porcelain.
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Fugato, ceramic and wood speaker for Kähler Denmark
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Kaolin by Cecilia Manz for Danish Kähler. Fine, thin white porcelain.

 

 

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Scientist turned entrepreneur, Susanne Borg, creating greeting cards and posters with sustainability as a top criteria, everything is recycled and biodegradable.
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Containers from House Doctor are very versatile, great to have for storage.
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Loved Stelton’s kettle and Tea Pot.
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Elvang has beautiful soft Alpaca blankets and cushions in a wide variety of colours and patterns, all made in Peru.
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Tina Elvang of Elvang Denmark.
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Moomin Troll was there to say hello at the Moomin booth.
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Japanese Shibori dyeing lab.
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Johanna Forsberg’s metal candle holders.
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In the Young Designers section, Johanna Forsberg.
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Dear Disaster cabinet, my favourite piece of furniture in the Fair. Young Designers, Stoft Studio consisting of Jenny Ekdahl, Joel Herslow and Ola Nystedt. The front of the cabinet can be turned to create a pattern.
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Jenny Ekdahl of Stoft Studio.

 

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