Our esteemed suppliers are not your usual suspects. We have carefully selected brands that uphold our high standards of design, quality, craftsmanship, and social and environmental responsibility. From large international design houses to small independent brands and skilled local artists and craftspeople, our curated collection of furniture, lighting, and interior accessories have been chosen to help you create a considered and inspiring home - one that reflects your style, aspirations and values.
We invite you to learn a little more about some of our suppliers.
Life is full of contrasts. As we navigate expectations and dreams in search of meaning and comfort, we long for a balanced life with room to be ourselves. A place where we can realize the true value of things, and feel at home.
Based on a passion for authentic design and with responsibility at the heart of every choice we make, we create honest products and calm environments that inspire you to balance the contrasts in life.
From our home in Copenhagen, we work with artisans around the world, fusing our Scandinavian mindset with global skills and traditions. Our collections are defined by soft forms, rich textures and curious details that let you create composed atmospheres with a touch of the unexpected.
From materials and processes to production and delivery, we challenge ourselves to help shape a sustainable future, making it easier for you to make responsible choices. We create collections of furniture, accessories and lighting, so you can create space to feel comfortably you.
We connect people. We connect design. We connect spaces.
MENU has always been fascinated by the way in which individuals and spaces can be united through great design. In our pursuit to craft furniture, lighting and interior accessories shaped by purposeful details, high-quality materials and human needs, we create strong and lasting relations between designers, manufacturers and customers.
The sense of community that results from this union of like-minded individuals fosters a deeper sense of belonging – and products that stand the test of time, inviting human connection, inspiration and experimentation to push the boundaries of modern design. We truly believe that when we work collectively, we achieve more than we do individually: the sum of our work and of our connections is always greater than its parts, and our softly minimal designs and collaborative spirit help to join the dots between the home, the workplace and the service industry, redefining how we use space and, ultimately, how we connect to those around us.
Modern furniture made simple.
Gus* Design Group is a furniture design and manufacturing company based in Toronto, Canada. The Gus* Modern Collection, comprised of upholstered seating, dining, beds, accents, lighting and accessories, can be found at fine independent furniture showrooms across North America and select international showrooms.
Normann Copenhagen is a Danish design company with the mission to create original and innovative products in a simple and contemporary design that withstands the test of time. Or in other words, to challenge conventional thinking and make the ordinary extraordinary through great design.
Established in 1999 by Jan Andersen and Poul Madsen, the Normann Copenhagen brand encompasses a wide and continuously growing collection of furniture, lighting, textiles and home accessories. The products are sold in more than 80 countries throughout the world and have collected more than 80 design awards along the way.
Based in Toronto, Canada, Umbra (Latin for “shade”), has become a global leader in product design and currently distributes in over 120 countries across the world with offices in Europe, Canada, the United States, Brazil, and China.
Umbra was born out of passion for original design and the desire to create products for every home. At Umbra, our team of international designers brings thought and creativity into everyday items. Driven by innovation, we pull inspiration from the global marketplace, in order to push boundaries in our approach to original design.
One of the last producers of hand-crafted brushes in Germany, Redecker has been making practical, functional and beautiful household products since 1935. With the philosophy that even the most practical objects should also be beautiful, Redecker products are a joy to use.
All Redecker brushes are made of natural, sustainable materials including woods and bristles, hair, or plant fibres to suit a variety of purposes, as they have been for decades. Not content to let traditional knowledge be lost to our highly industrialized society, they also offer a wealth of information on selecting, using and maintaining the perfect tool for every household job.
For over 400 years Skultuna has produced fine metal objects of the highest quality for both everyday use and special occasions. Founded in the year 1607 by King Karl IX of Sweden as a brass foundry, Skultuna is one of the oldest companies in the world and is still a purveyor to the Royal Court of Sweden.
Working in collaboration with leading artists and designers over the years, Skultuna products have graced palaces, cathedrals, and private residences throughout Europe and around the world. Always with that same sense of quality, function and design, Skultuna today creates tomorrow’s heirlooms.
It is by Lassen’s vision to share the design legacy of architects and brothers Mogens and Flemming Lassen, with the coming generations. The Danish National Art Library has an extensive archive of hitherto unknown designs and architecture by the brothers. Many of the furniture designs were only made once for the particular building or home they were created for, so to this day, pieces still come up at auction that were never put into production.
The Lassen brothers’ archive of architecture and furniture design represents the finest qualities of the Danish design tradition and deserves a wider audience. To that end, we carefully and humbly select the furniture designs we choose to reintroduce to the world to hopefully live a long life in the homes of future generations as beacons of the Danish design tradition that has inspired so many design talents.
A family run business for 140 years, Klippan started in Sweden in 1879 and is now recognized as a leader in home textiles.
Klippan is known for its high quality in design and usage of pure fibres, and offers unique and beautiful products such as blankets, throws, cushions, table linen, home decoration and a separate children's collection. According to Klippan's philosophy, only natural and renewable fibres such as wool, linen and cotton are used in the creation of their products. High quality fibres are essential for the final result. Klippan is one of very few producers of this kind remaining in Europe.
To be able to manage the production and fully control the quality, Klippan produces all the blankets and throws from start to finish in their own factory. All Klippan's lamb's wool comes from New Zealand and the wool can be traced all the way back to the individual sheep farmer. This means that Klippan can ensure the highest quality while at the same time be environmentally friendly. For the last few years Klippan has also been able to offer throws and blankets made of wool from farmers running sheep breeding using ecological principals (eco wool).
Small is good.
Timelessness rather than trend.
Inspired by the dreams founder and creative director Margo Breznik first envisioned for her company, she strives to make products that go a little deeper and give a little more. Made slowly by hand every day, with soul and subtle detail, Tatine creates candles with evocative fragrance blends that inspire, deepen, and enhance your surroundings.
Design collaborations with global artisans bring to life the timeless custom pieces into which we pour our bespoke fragrances, such as hand forged brass and mouth-blown glassware. The candle vessels are made in compliant factories by skillful artisans with the mission to create a second life through drink safe glassware or keepsake containers. These things mean a lot to our mission, which is to impart a quiet joy and timeless, meaningful quality of handcrafted wares. The studio utilizes recycled and FSC-certified paper stocks as much as possible in both our product packaging and shipping materials in order to make strides towards protecting our planet. The company has evolved from a cottage industry to a global brand while retaining the same creative values and attention to detail of "making things" as when it first began in 2001.