Beautiful solid oak has been crafted into a cluster of 3 tables perfect for a modern home. Inspired by northern Scandinavian design, the set of 3 look great together or separate individually around the home.
"Swedish winters are long and dark, and anything that brings more light into the house — pale paint, chalky-white furniture, sparkling crystal — is embraced. This is the quintessential Swedish blue — very light and ethereal, as if you're floating in a cloud. A high concentration of mineral pigments reflects more light, so the blue feels layered and translucent, as if it's not a solid color at all." —Rhonda Eleish
The Easiest Way to Bring Scandinavian Style Into Your House
"When I was in Sweden, the restaurants and homes always had a lot of candles burning. It's all very inviting and creates this wonderful atmosphere that works so well with pale gray walls and light Gustavian furniture. And then you have that dramatic backdrop of the deep blue sea and the huge blue sky." —Sara Story
Light up your home with the trendy JWDA lamp from the Danish brand Menu. The lamp is designed by Jonas Wagell and is made of a raw base with an elegant metallic button. Place the lamp on the sofa table, in a shelf or maybe on the bedside table
"I fall in love with two or three grays every year. This one is very pure — it doesn't go blue or green or purple. I like gray because it has the ability to disappear and let you focus on what's in front of it. Some people say that about white, but for me, white is too bright. Gray is soft. It fills a space and makes it feel comfortable." —Laura Bohn