Stitches Shower Curtain by Södahl
Our daily lives may be structured by patterns and repetition, but that doesn’t have to force us into the mundane. Danish label Södahl’s new collection of bathroom textiles render pattern into the abstract, pairing kaleidoscopic prints and bold accents with rich tones that highlight the fascinating details of everyday living. Created by young industrial designer Ditte Vestergaard Sørensen, the Stitches Shower Curtain is a geometric jolt to invigorate your bathroom—and make your daily rituals a bit more fun.
Wall Art with a Retro Influence by Florent Bodart
Combining a love for life with retro charm, his works offer a tongue-in-cheek view of the world executed with optimism and artistic skill, an approach that has already delighted clients like GAP.
Juuri Storage Jar – 12 cm by Menu
If the beautifully innovative simplicity of her Juuri jars for Danish firm Menu are anything to go by, young German designer Sarah Böttger is worth keeping an eye on. Made of durable borosilicate glass in soft blue and grey tones, the series uses varying pieces with an identical circumference to allow for infinite combinations. The jars’ airtight curves add a sense of aesthetic harmony to kitchen organisation, and the Juuri’s clear, immaculate design has been noted by publications including Wallpaper*, Schöner Wohnen and Elle Décor.
Tealight Holder by Menu
There are objects we simply accept the way they are, even though we should know better. Copenhagen architectural and design studio NORM is determined to make us rethink the design aesthetic. Designed for iconic Danish homewares firm Menu, the Fire Hurricane Tealight Holder reimagines the classic object with material duality: the mirrored glass rests upon the zinc alloy base, reflecting the surroundings and the delicate light of its candle. Whether in the bathroom, on the windowsill, or outside on the terrace, the modern piece of design nods to the traditional aesthetic of oil lamps as it creates an ambient scene.