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WHAT’S HOT Eterno engineered timber flooring from Tongue and groove flooring is available in a variety of gorgeous Nordic tones and a rustic Vecchio finish. Favn sofa from CULT.

Made from bamboo veneer, the Nest pendant light from EDWARD LINACRE pays homage to the honeycomb architecture of a bees’ nest. Exhibited at Salone del Mobile, Milan, earlier this year, it received runner-up in the Design Report Young Designer of Salone Satellite award.

Vaza accessories by Anna Torfs from SPACE FURNITURE. Various colours, styles and shapes available. spacefurniture. Noodle resin deer head wall hanging from MATT BLATT. Kitschy and off-the-wall, it’s a contemporary twist on an old classic.

Scandinavian LIVING

When it comes to “Scandi” style, simplicity and functionality rule

I Edited by Linda Delaney The Lloyd dining table from FANULI is made in Australia and comes in a variety of standard sizes. It can also be made to size on request. Available in wenge, oak and spotted gum timbers.

was recently asked to refurbish a Sydney residence in the Scandinavian style, or “Scandi” as it’s more commonly known. One of the owners is Norwegian so I looked at Scandinavian design in its purest form and adapted it to our Australian way of living Scandi is characterised by simplicity and functionality and usually entails creating light and airy spaces. It’s not quite minimalist but it’s definitely uncluttered, with decorative details and materials often relating to natural elements. Timber is usually used on floors, in joinery and in furniture to provide warmth to white or pale walls. Bold colours can still be brought in but they act as accents rather than heavy features. There are many prominent Scandinavian design and retail companies that sell their wares in Australia. These are some of my favourite pieces.

A Joint table by Henry Wilson from CULT makes for a perfect work desk or eat-in kitchen table.

MARIMEKKO‘s Lokki cotton fabric comes in yellow and green. Because of its neat size, the MHY pendant by Norway Says, available from GREAT DANE, can be mounted in clusters or rows over a kitchen or dining table, or in a hallway. Featuring a lacquered aluminium shade and textile cord, it’s available in white, black, yellow, purple, green, red and grey.

The HK clock with alarm from GEORG JENSEN in steel and white. It’s also available in black and white.

Oak bowl, large, by GEORG JENSEN.

Bac One chair by Jasper Morrison for Cappellini, available from CULT.

Two gorgeous pieces from the new Tea With Georg range from GEORG JENSEN

The Flower Weave Dandelion floor rug from ARMADILLO & CO is a delightfully playful circular design that has been delicately formed and patiently stitched together from soft Bangladeshi hemp.

BEOLIT 12 from BANG & OLUFSEN plays music wirelessly from your iPod, iPhone, iPad or Mac, or wired from any other smartphone or PC. H6 headphones also available.

MARIMEKKO’s Ostjakki range of cotton fabrics has a variety of colourways. The Schelly chair with swivel function from BOCONCEPT comes in a range of fabrics and leathers. Schelly footstool also available.

Muuto Raw side table in grey from GREAT DANE.

This stacked shelf system from GREAT DANE is available in a range of sizes and finishes. It comes with or without a backboard, making it extremely versatile.



The Ross chair from BOCONCEPT is available in a range of fabrics and leathers.

PO/9368A vase by Marc Newson for Cappellini, available from CULT.


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