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Rose Mhy pendant lamp by Muuto. Design by Norway Says. www.finnishdesignshop.com

Etch candleholder, copper

When you need general light, a ceiling lamp is a functional solution. Hang the lamp over the dining table, in the hall or even in the kitchen – in our shop you will find the most stylish lamps for every room.

Lovely Table Collection by Iittala

Iittala pastel colored tableware Sarjaton - Little girl’s hair, baskets and rugs. The Finns have been braiding since forever. Enjoy it in the embossed bowls and mugs.


Iittala Sarjaton tableware range designed by Harri Koskinen, Aleksi Kuokka, Musuta and design interior design design office design and decoration house design

Octo lamp, black. Design: Seppo Koho. Secto Design. The dialogue of light and shadow is so soothing when this lamp gently turns in the slightest airflow in your living room...

Octo 4240 lamp, black

This delectable Octo 4240 Suspension Lamp was created by Seppo Koho for manufacturer Secto Design.Secto Design is a creatively orientated company that contains

iittala kastehelmi

Glass plate with a concentric dot design. Made in Finland. Product: Plate Construction Material: Glass Color: Clear Features: Designed by Oiva Toikka, 1964 Will enhance any tabletop Dimension: Diameter Cleaning and Care: Dishwasher safe

Pasila valaisin

Pasila valaisin

Mademoiselle - Ilmari Tapiovaara, Artek

This is something worth saving money for! Mademoiselle by Ilmari Tapiovaara

Lapuan Kankurit, Dora Jung KAARNA tablecloth

KAARNA design 1964 by Dora Jung. Still made at Laupuan Kankurit. Linen table cloth and napkins in three colorways.

Marimekko tea pot and cups

Räsymatto by Marimekko. The pattern 'Räsymatto' is designed by Maija Louekari, and the tea pot by Sami Ruotsalainen.

LASTU seat cover | Lapuan Kankurit

Lastu, design by Masaru Suzuki and Terva towels, woven in Finland by Lapuan Kankurit