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Our esteemed suppliers are not your usual suspects. We have carefully chosen brands that uphold our high standards of design, quality, craftsmanship, and social and environmental responsibility. From established design houses steeped in tradition to emerging design brands, independent designers, and skilled craftspeople, we invite you to learn more about what we think makes our suppliers something special. 

  

One of the last producers of hand-crafted brushes in Germany, Redecker has been making practical, functional and beautiful household products since 1935. Redecker brushes are made of natural, renewable 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.

  

Inspired by sleep-ins, breakfast in bed and staying in your pyjamas all day, IN BED makes beautiful bedding from beautiful fabrics made to be lived in, loved in and snuggled up to. The kind of bedding that looks just as good unmade and undone as it does neatly tucked, and only gets better the more you use and love it.

 

Kauniste is a Helsinki based textile design company founded in 2008. Created by uniting the talents of young Scandinavian designers and craftsmen they combine fresh colors and design ideas with traditional manufacturing techniques to bring a sense of joy to everyday items. Begun as a craftsman company, emphasis is placed on high quality manufacturing and natural materials. All Kauniste textiles are made in Europe from the spinning of yarns to the printing and sewing of the final product.

 

Menu’s philosophy is simple. They want to make the world better, less complicated, and a little bit nicer to wake up to. Collaborating with super-talented designers, they make objects to be treasured now… and forever. Working with some of the most exciting and driven creative individuals from the worlds of architecture and design, Menu produces high quality products with a crisp Scandinavian look. 

 

Partnering with established names and new talent from around the world, Normann Copenhagen has risen to become one of Denmark’s leading design brands since its formation in 1999. Their mission to create original, bold, and eye catching products that withstand the test of time has seen them successfully challenge conventional thinking, making the ordinary extraordinary through great design and innovation. Their award winning collection consists of a wide and ever growing range of versatile furniture, sculptural lighting, stunning textiles, and clever home accessories.

 

Founded in Denmark in 2012 OYOY creates quality products with a focus on design, function, color and exquisite materials. Inspired by classic Scandinavian designs with added undertones of simplicity and a twist of Japanese design, OYOY brings a playful approach to combining colors and materials. Their collection is sure to add the right touch of personality to any home.

 

 

Established in 1856 in Italy, Sambonet produces table and kitchenware of the highest design and quality standards. Made with distinguished artisan care, quality materials, sophisticated production techniques and secrets passed down from the company’s silversmith tradition, today the collections represent the perfect combination of italian excellence, craftsmanship and good taste. Their products can be found in the MoMA collection and throughout Europe’s finest hotels and private residences.

 

For over 400 years Skultuna has produced fine metal objects of the highest quality for both everyday use and special occasions. Always with that same sense of quality, function and design Skultuna today creates tomorrow’s antiques. 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.

  

Umbra Shift is an extension of Canadian design brand Umbra that focuses on contemporary influences in the design community. For more than 30 years, Umbra has broken the mould by creating entirely new categories that apply thoughtful design to everyday items. Umbra Shift revisits these roots with a roster of established, emerging, and in–house designers who share Umbra’s passion to re-think things, designing personal objects they themselves would want to give or use at home.