Scandinavian furniture

Scandinavian furniture

A vanguard post–World War I modern furniture movement marrying fine design to industrial production and materials. Alvar Aalto in Finland spearheaded the movement, followed by Kaare Klint in Denmark. After 1945, Scandinavian designers, though still often home-based, were working for an appreciative and growing US-led world market.
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"Traditional Italian decor, flat-packed Scandinavian furniture, Oriental trimmings or traditional weaves --our malls and markets are filled with contemporary choices placed right alongside traditional designs.
Universal pieces are timeless beauties-such can be said of Scandinavian furniture. These items are renowned for their simplicity, functionality and minimalism.
The building was first built as a Marks and Spencer "lifestore" before being used by Scandinavian furniture chain Ilva, though neither operator lasted long at the site.
The Scandinavian furniture style known as Danish modern that relies on pure, unadorned, yet beautifully executed shapes is apparent.
There, his father, Philip, built a house overlooking Ballycotton Bay and filled it with Scandinavian furniture and housewares as well as local pottery and crafts.
A lot of Scandinavian furniture was made using Brazilian rosewood."
You can browse a curated selection of Scandinavian furniture, lighting and home styling accessories from Cow+Co.
From Italian art house cinema to Scandinavian furniture, Spanish architecture to French food, German philosophy and Austrian paintings, I adore it all.
Ikea has announced plans to build a full-size store in the Halifax area, the first of 12 new stores the Scandinavian furniture chain will roll out across Canada over the next decade.
The loans make it possible to create nine new positions at Scan Home with a budget to grow, building on the company's objective since its first store opened in 1984 to offer moderately priced Scandinavian furniture to the residents of Alaska.
HORRORSTOR by Grady Hendrix Quirk, $14.95, ISBN 9781594745263 Horror haunts a Scandinavian furniture superstore in this sly satirical novel, which manages to deliver laughs and thrills.
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