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SOLMOTT

fabric, 150 cm, pink multicolour/striped

4,99

ÅLANDSROT

fabric, 150 cm, natural/floral patterned

6,99

MAJGULL

fabric, 150 cm, room darkening/light grey-beige

8,99

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TROLLMAL

fabric, 150 cm, natural/flower patterned

6,99

VITPYROLA

fabric, 150 cm, white/pink

5,99

JUNIMAGNOLIA

fabric, 150 cm, natural/green

6,99

SOFIA

fabric, 150 cm, broad-striped beige/white

7,99

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HAKVINGE

fabric, 150 cm, natural dark red/leaf patterned

7,99

MAJGULL

fabric, 150 cm, block-out/grey

8,99

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MAJGULL

fabric, 150 cm, room darkening/light grey

8,99

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SOFIA

fabric, 150 cm, broad-striped/white/grey

7,99

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DITTE

fabric, 140 cm, light blue

3,99

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FILODENDRON

fabric, 150 cm, dark blue/floral patterned

5,99

DITTE

fabric, 140 cm, white

3,99

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KRONILL

pleating tape, 8.5x310 cm, white

1,99 / 3 m

DITTE

fabric, 140 cm, dark blue

3,99

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SOFIA

fabric, 150 cm, broad-striped/black/white

7,99

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METTALISE

fabric, 150 cm, white/dark grey

7,99

JÄTTEPOPPEL

fabric, 150 cm, white/black green

4,99

LENDA

fabric, 150 cm, beige

5,99

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DITTE

fabric, 140 cm, black

3,99

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LENDA

fabric, 150 cm, white

5,99

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How to make your furniture more sustainable
How to make your furniture more sustainable

The potential to repurpose, repair, reuse, resell or recycle will be built in to all our products by 2030. Even now, there’s often an easy way to prolong the life of your furniture rather than send it to the landfill. Here are some small decisions you can make today to have a positive impact on the planet.

Work, play, repeat: a little living room with endless possibilities
Work, play, repeat: a little living room with endless possibilities

A little studio apartment where the living room is a workspace too. Sound familiar? Even with its small footprint, this living-work area delivers on all fronts, offering up a corner for creative work, a generous sofa for down-time and enough storage – open, closed and secreted away – to keep every object organised and accessible.

Home is where your heart is
Home is where your heart is

As the spring is here, it is time to spice things up! This time, our interior designer visits a family of four who are dedicated admirers of Spain and everything Spanish. However, decorating their living room in the buoyant colours and prints of this Southern European country would make the minute room look cramped. How to keep the decoration simple enough, but give it a special spark? We know the answer.




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