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Christmas Magazine

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Gi! ideas" #om Scandinavia" Let the Christmas spirit take you away! Discover a curated selection of unique decoration and gift ideas from Scandinavia, to celebrate the Nordic way.

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with love" White Christmas………….......3 Dark & Moody……………...7 Natural…………………….11 For Her…………………….15 For Him……………………19 For Kids……………………23 Our Wish List……………....27 Connect With Us…………….31 Photo Credits….…………….32


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1. Maribowl in frost, Iittala /2. Flying bird in porcelain, House Doctor /3. Honeycombs paper balls, Ferm Living /4. Sheep skin, Bolia / 5. White ornament, Madam Stoltz /6. Lotus votive clear, Holmegaard /7. Silver ornament from the Johanne collection, Georg Jensen / 8. Kivi votive in frost, Iittala /9. Glass ornament, Holmegaard /10. Candle holders, Madam Stoltz /11. Crystal and ceramic stars, Wauw Design /12. True Feelings Fingerprints votives by Claydies for Normann Copenhagen /13. Moon candle holder, Neon Living / 14. Lighthouse lantern, Normann Copenhagen /15. Leather angel ornament, Eleanor Home /16. White tree stand by Maria Haard, Design House Stockholm /17. Limited Edition Absolute vodka crystal bottle with tumblers, Skogsberg & Smart /18. Porcelain ornaments, Anne Black /19. Northern Light votive in Ice, By Nord


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Plaster figurines, House Doctor. House Doctor was formed in 1999 by two sisters, Rikke Juhl Jensen and Gitte Juhl Capel, and their brother, Klaus Juhl Pedersen. For a couple of years, the trio had been running a successful arts & crafts shop, and they quickly began to develop new product ideas. Today, the assortment is very wide, ranging from kitchen utensils, vases and furniture to an exclusive assortment of clothing and sophisticated accessories – and much, much more.


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1. Leather star ornament, Eleanor Home /2. Tree ornament, Tine K Home /3. Metal mistletoe, Madam Stoltz /4. Glass balls, Broste Copenhagen /5. Aura votive in dark grey, Stelton / 6. Bread bag in Milano grey and white, Stelton /7. Candle holders kit, Bo Concept / 8. Velvet pillow with ruffles, Tine K Home /9. Decorative leaves made of zinc, Walther & Co /10. Kastehelmi plate in grey, Iittala / 11. Kaasa portable fireplace, Iittala /12. Glass snowflake ornament in smoke, Holmegaard /13. Decorative leaves made of zinc, Walther & Co /14. Star tree topper, Stjernestunder.dk /15. Carat crystal wine stoppers, Orrefors /16. Cushion with photo print, By Nord /17. Ball with stars, Madam Stoltz /18. String of leaves and acorns, Walthers & Co /19. Jul (“Christmas�) tin letters, Madam Stoltz


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Black Fluted Mega cake stand, Royal Copenhagen. Hand painted. It took a visionary young artist to take on the legendary Blue Fluted design and twist it – and with a love for the classic, hand-painted service and the courage to modernize it, Karen KjÌldgaard-Larsen was the one to do it, and do it well. Since its introduction, Blue Fluted Mega has become a neoclassic, updating while still honoring the 1775 design.


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1. Cable knit plaid in light brown mĂŠlange, By Nord /2. Wood tree for tea lights, Nicolaj /3. Hearts ornaments, Nordal /4. Kulku bowl in grey, Iittala /5. Candle holders, Madam Stoltz / 6. Norwegian light, by Cathrine Kullberg /7. Decorative wood heart, Nordal / 8. Cushions with sheep trimming, Tine K Home / 9. Wooden ornaments, DAY Home /10. Glass pine cone ornaments, Miss Etoile / 11. Bird in natural oak wood, Architectmade /12. Reflections glasss votive in Sunrise, Holmegaard /13. Glass ball, Madam Stoltz / 14. Dots oak wood hangers, Muuto /15. Mushroom decorative clips, Miss Etoile /16. Golden star ornaments, Miss Etoile / 17. Deer antler candle holder, Madam Stoltz /18. Northern Light mouth-blown candle light in smoke and moss green, By Nord /19. Reindeer skin rug, Bolia


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Dania star tree holder from Trip Trap. Supports a tree with a trunk up to 10 cm. Waterproof cylindrical tube making it possible to water the tree to preserve its gloss and freshness. 50.5x50.5x15.3 cm Trip Trap has a long withstanding reputation for craftsmanship and quality. “When a piece of furniture is designed with integrity in mind, it lasts for many, many years –Both functionally and aesthetically.”


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1. USB necklace made of ceramic, Kähler/2. Life & Work: Malene Birger’s Life in Pictures (2010), Mul Edition /3. Headphones, Aiaiai/4. Lether cuff, DAY Birger & Mikkelsen/5. Makeup bag in Obiviolet, Rosenberg CPH/ 6. Glass tea pot with tea egg, Menu/ 7. Gingerbread candles, Malene Birger/ 8. Salt body scrub #03, Karmameju/9. Yoga mat with carry strap, Karmameju/10. Porcelain mug, Sagaform/11. Mits with sheep skin, Filippa K/12. Reversible Palm Purple cape in Merino wool and Egyptian cotton, Emdal Colorknit/13. Cammeo jar by Louise Campell for Kähler/14. Feather earrings in black copper, Becksöndergaard/15. Necklace said to help with blood circulation, to regulate body temperature and to improve moods, Sort of Coal/16. Pillo aluminum storage box, Iittala/17. Paris card set of 12, Darling Clementine/18. Pillow, Pia Wallen/19. Gold charm with brilliant, Handsweden/20. Jaspis silk belt, Marimekko/ 21. Assymetrical pie dish in ceramic, Höganas/22. Paisley necklace, Becksöndergaard/ 23. Kartio tumblers in light blue, Iittala


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Clear beige-tone frame sunglasses from Henrik Vibskov with smoky effect arms and top rim, as well as grey-purple lenses. Fashion designer Henrik Vibskov graduated from Central St Martins in 2001 and now shows at Paris Fashion Week, where he is currently the only Scandinavian designer on the official show schedule. His design are sold in selected boutiques around the globe including his own stores in Copenhagen, Denmark and Oslo, Norway, plus The Henrik Vibskov Boutique, his own online boutique.


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1. Brown leather toiletry bag, Henrik Vibskov /2. Tie, Tiger of Sweden /3. Body soap cedarwood, rosemary and orange, L:A Bruket / 4. Tea towels with wildlife print, by nord /5. Concrete shaving kit, Lovisa Wattman / 6. Guide To Manhattan screen print, David Ehrenstrahle /7. Bincho water purifier 100% white coal, bottle included, Sort of Coal /8. Maskulin thermo jug, by Marcus Vagnby for Nuance / 9. Towels, Malene Birger /10. MagBag by Malin Lundmark for Maze Int. /11. Koppel alarm clock, Georg Jensen / 12. Cambridge gold helmet, Yakkay /13. Edison lamp in concrete, Tove Adman /14. Book ‘Time and Place in Nordic Cuisine’ from Noma, Phaidon Press/15. Wooden storage boxes, Nicolaj /16. Elementum Terra watch by Suunto /17. Leather gloves with wool trimming, COS /18. Cool Breather carafe, Menu /19. Chess game by Björn Dahlström /20. Fyrkat grill, Bodum /21. Black knives, Stelton


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Sarpaneva 3-liter cast iron pot, designed in 1960 by Timo Sarpaneva, for Iittala. Can be used both on the stove and in the oven. Detachable wood handle which can be used to remove the lid. Enameled surface. Timo Sarpaneva was an influential Finnish designer, sculptor, and educator best known in the art world for innovative work in glass, which often merged attributes of display art objects with utilitarian designations. His work was among the key components that helped to launch Finland's reputation as a trailblazer of design.


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Rocking Rabbit designed by Bjรถrn Dahlstrรถm for Playsam. Also available in red or white. Made of wood with soft leather for the ears. Playsam creates innovative and timeless wooden toys for the young and young at heart. The company is a haven for contemporary, cosmopolitan, classic design.


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Light grey wool CH445 Wing Chair by Hans J. Wegner, manufactured by Carl Hansen & Son. Hans J. Wegner is the undisputed master of Danish chair design. Many of his designs—such as the Wishbone Chair, Wegner Wing Chair, and Wegner CH07 Shell Chair—are internationally recognized classics. Hans J. Wegner always placed the highest demands on comfort and ergonomics. To Wegner, a chair isn't just a piece of furniture, but a work of art made to support the human form.


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