• A wooden wonder. Jewellery box is made to store all your small, precious, personal items. Use it to store jewellery, make-up or tiny office items. Sort your stuff just the way you like it in the small partitions of the box and use the built-in mirror when you’re putting on make-up or jewellery - or just want to check your hair during the day.

  • Like 360 different candleholders in one. MENU POV Candle Holder is a light, smart and playful product that can be used as a single piece or in a group. Beautiful on its own and stunning as graphical patterns on the wall or on the table. Design by Note Design Studio.

  • Screen printed pillow cover with white firs on grey base. A modern Scandinavian pattern designed by Elisabeth Dunker, the woman behind Fine Little Day.Pillow not included (works well with 40x60 cm). Closes with bottom zipper. 

  • Let the little ones sleep well along the wildlife in the original bed linen from By Nord in Eco-Tex certified 100% cotton with digital b/w print of Wolf. Pillowcase is with reversible text in English and Danish. Wash: 40 degrees Celsius inside out. Iron at low temperature. Tumble dry inside out and with caution.

  • Designed by Gunnar Flørning in the 1950's and made of beech wood, this wooden clown comes in different colors: rose and mint green. Composed of four separate pieces attached by an elastic in the middle, the clown can move and twist in various positions showing different sides of its personality.

  • The elegant Omaggio pearlescent vase is a perfect design statement for the home. The discrete colour offers a warm comment to the ceramics and becomes an elegant interpretation of the classic Omaggio vase. The pearlescent colour creates a wonderful, subdued tone-on-tone look that matches elegantly with any stylish décor. Let the exquisite Omaggio...

  • Muuto Corky carafe and 4 glasses are a perfect companion to your dining area. Save with this set!

  • Use the porcelain plates on the wall as graphic art or give your table a decorative kick with this unique vintage ABC. The letters on these plates were drawn by the world renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobsen. The beautiful typography was originally created in 1937 for internal signage at Aarhus City Hall.