Close-up of a three-seat sofa with an orange velvet cover and lots of cushions.
STOCKHOLM 2017
Available from April 2017
Close-up of a rattan armchair with seat and back cushions in dark grey cotton, in the background a rattan coffee table with a stainless steel table lamp.
The new STOCKHOLM 2017 collection is soon here
In April 2017, the new STOCKHOLM 2017 finally launches. A carefully curated collection, designed to mix and blend in with what you already have at home and made from natural and tactile materials such as rattan, hand-blown glass and ash. Scandinavian modernity of the highest quality in form, function and materials. Made to use and enjoy, every day.
View the collection here
A boy sitting on the floor playing with cars in front of a rattan cabinet with the doors open.Close-up of a two-seat sofa with a dark blue velvet cover and lots of cushions, shown together with a pouffe in the same cover.
Slowly, perfectly
The world seems to be moving fast: we travel, communicate, shop, socialise, work, consume, cook and eat at a faster pace than ever before.
The new STOCKHOLM 2017 collection brings forward and celebrates the opposite of this fast-paced world — the quality and values that come out of both making things slower and living more slowly.
Children jumping on a two-seat sofa with a dark blue velvet cover and lots of cushions.Close-up of handmade vases and carafes in different shapes and sizes, all made of blue glass.
Serious family comfort for generations
Look at the new STOCKHOLM 2017 sofa: it’s big and generous, deep and lined with lots of cushions. Actually, it’s less of a sofa and more of a nest for the whole family. This is a collection that takes comfort seriously.
Handmade for the many
Through the new STOCKHOLM 2017 collection runs that handmade, personal touch. In Sweden, hand-blown glass — the traditional way of crafting glass — is part of our heritage, and in the collection we’re proud to have a selection of carafes, bowls and serving plates.
“I hope that my patterns can help to create the same harmony in a home that closeness to nature gives.”
Follow designer Hanna Dalrot in the countryside of her childhood, as she talks about her work with the collection.
No Youtube Player
No Youtube Player
The glassware
Join designer Gunnel Sahlin in her studio and hear her thoughts on the glass pieces she made for the collection.
No Youtube Player
The rattan
Meet designer Nike Karlsson in his home in Gotland and hear about how the rattan pieces in the collection were developed.
No Youtube Player
The sofa
Designer Ola Wihlborg invites us to his Älmhult home and talks about his views on comfort and the making of the STOCKHOLM 2017 sofa.
 A woman walking through a green field. A text that says “49% would like to spend more time outside, in nature.”Close-up of a two-seat sofa with a dark blue velvet cover. A text that says “54% feel that a harmonic, homely house makes it easier to relax.”A thick forest. A text that says “34% would like to live more sustainably.”A woman with long dark hair, seen from behind. A text that says “48% care about balance of the soul and wellbeing.”A hand holding a rattan armchair. A text that says “41% want to know where the goods they buy are manufactured.”A hand holding a cloth and an orange glass ball. A text that says “34% think handmade products are higher-quality.”
What people care about
Working on the STOCKHOLM 2017 collection triggered our curiosity: how do people think and feel about time, wellbeing and the other topics that inspired the collection? We decided to find out and asked people in a global survey. More than 10,000 people in Sweden, Italy, Germany, China and the U.S. participated and answered questions about their everyday life and dreams.
Source: Survey conducted in November 2016.
A two-seat sofa with a dark blue velvet cover and lots of cushions, shown together with a pouffe in the same cover and two rattan armchairs.
Available from April 2017