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Thursday, May 7th, 2015

Introducing Skargaarden

DesignPublic.com

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We are proud to announce that Design Public is now carrying Skargaarden, a brand of beautiful furniture that comes to us all the way from Gävle, Sweden. We’re going to tease you with just a few of their stunning pieces.HARLS-T_HS-AFL-W_WB_2.jpg

 

The pieces shown above are part of Skargaarden’s Häringe Collection.  It’s built to stand up to inclement weather, and the wooden slats are gorgeous teak.

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Before you get to know them a little better through photos, here’s a bit of their design philosophy:

“We like to think of ourselves as part of a tradition that’s truly Scandinavian. On the other hand we’re inspired by everything from early American shaker style to Bauhaus. We believe that less really is more.”

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Their Nozib Sun Lounger embodies these principles to a T. It’s comprised of 88 layer-glued teak slats, stripped down to its most The neck cushion is made from water-resistant artificial leather and can be height adjusted or removed.
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The Skargaarden Tipi Lamp has a conical shape and its teak construction adds to the glow it provides.

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While we love teak, but we’re also happy that Skargaarden has some whimsical fun with metal in their Reso Collection. These pieces throw some great curves and color into the mix.

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The Skaargarden Reso Chair with Fabric Seat is upholstered with hardworking Sunbrella fabric.

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There are fun accessories like fire baskets, doilies, napkins, candle lanterns, coasters and rugged throw pillows. Their Hamse Pillow (above) has a modern nautical style.

That’s just a small sampling people; Click here to shop all Skargaarden

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Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

Hotel High Design

Becky

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Let’s face it, we’ve all seen so many cleverly decorated boutique hotels that it takes a lot to catch attention lately, doesn’t it? I mean, we’ve seen everything from Beetlejuice looking B&Bs to crack den chic (a certain Manhattan too-cool-for-school joint, I’m talking to you). However, as I caught up on my magazines with an old issue of W the other day, a tiny picture from “August’s Most Wanted” caught my eye (yes, I am that far behind on my glossies). It was a shot of a bedroom from the c/o Maidstone East Hampton. Let’s enjoy some fresh eye candy from their Swedish icon designed rooms (inspirations range from Eero Saarinen to Birgit Nillson the soprano, not to be confused with Brigitte Nielsen, known for Red Sonya and Flavor Flav reality shows):

The decor inside this lovely classic in are very unexpected:

Pssst, if you like that chair from The Vernor Panton-inspired room, we have it for sale here.

This joint is also extremely dog-friendly.

They also have Kronan bicycles ready to lend out to all of their guests. I suppose you could put your tiny dog in the basket and pretend he’s Toto. By the way, that would make you Dorothy.

They’ve also done their best to remain energy-efficient, from nixing the bottled waters to serving organic food in the restaurant.

Color me refreshed.

All images via c/o Maidstone.

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