Exquisite handicraft

“From glorious golden to shimmering turquoise blue”

Let in the ethereal light of autumn. Block-printed pattern medleys in ­beautiful flax blue and playful ocher are harmonious pops of color in the rooms you enjoy most.

This is artistic expertise at its very best. The “Amita” and “Maya” patterns are splashed across fabrics, cushions, curtains – even a new dress. 

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“Amita” eco-cotton cushion cover
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Beautiful block prints
on organic cotton

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Handmade masterpieces
Block printing is one of the oldest textile printing techniques. When we created this year’s homeware collection, we also designed a dress featuring the same soft pattern that you will find on the homeware textiles. The proud “Rupangi” dress is as lovely to wear at home as to a party.

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“Amita” eco-cotton tablecloth
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18th century feel
Svartsjö Castle exudes history. Here, my splashy colors meet subdued hues from the past. The castle was built in the 18th century and it is a beautiful manor. Imagine if these walls could talk!

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“Maya” eco-cotton kitchen towel

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“Rupangi” dress in eco-cotton
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Block prints on organic cotton

Block-printed pattern medleys in ­beautiful flax blue and playful ocher are harmonious pops of color in the rooms you enjoy most. This technique, which is thousands of years old, lives on thanks to skilled artisans. The wood block is hand-carved to produce the perfect pattern design. Then the block is dipped in dye paste and carefully printed onto fabric. With this method, each block print is unique. This is artistic expertise at its very best.