Discovering new designs with warm minimalism

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Discovering new designs with warm minimalism

Throughout this year there has been an abundance of new product launches, during Stockholm furniture fair and more.  I’ve noticed is a trend towards a soft, warm minimalism with almost a nod to the 1970’s. Not so much retro but more of an industrial, geometric and raw sense of modernism, with soft warm tones. I love this style, it’s cosy and inviting. Here’s a select few products of that has caught my eye.

Discovering new designs with warm minimalism

Pavilion AV2 Chair, designed by Anderssen and Voll for &Tradition   |   Tip Lamp, designed by Jens Fager for Muuto   |   Wooden Multi shelf by Ferm Living   |   Palais Royal table, designed by Anya Sebton and Eva Lilja Löwenhielm for ASPLUND   |   Object blanc no. 27 Print by Atelier cph   |   Amore mirror collection, designed by Space Copenhagen for &Tradition   |    Building tables, designed by Bicolter for Skagerak   |   Harbour Upholstered chair with steel base, designed by Norm Architects for Menu

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