Scents of Summer

Interior from the exhibition Scents of Summer at Strandvägen 5

Sowing a seed, planting a tree, breaking off a rose, picking an apple, waking up early, squinting at the sun and being able to say: Good morning, Life – that’s living!

– Estrid Ericson

Exhibited at Strandvägen 5 30.06.2022 – 21.08.2022

The Scents of Summer exhibition is a greeting from the light days of summer – where days and nights flow together and become one. Come experience them here at Svenskt Tenn.

The exhibition is shown at the store on Strandvägen 5 from June 30 until August 21.

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CREATING SCENTS OF SUMMER

Get a unique glimpse behind the scenes when Svenskt Tenn's Curator Karin Södergren creates Scents of Summer in the store on Strandvägen 5.

Statement Pieces

In the exhibition we welcome nature into classic display cabinets, where stones and shells are combined with statements pieces and pewter objects from Svenskt Tenn’s range.

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Textile Cabinet Hawai

Josef Frank's Cabinet 522, which was relaunched in the summer of 2022, is a classic and timeless cabinet, designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn in 1934 – 1935.

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Textile Cabinet Poisons

Fold and store your napkins and tablecloths in an attractive linen cupboard. Josef Frank’s classic Cabinet 522, designed in the 1930s, has been relaunched at Svenskt Tenn in time for summer 2022.

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Flower arrangements in flower pot outside Strandvägen 5

Festive Long Lunch

Setting the table for a festive long lunch doesn’t have to be difficult or advanced. Use a tablecloth you have at home, serve fruit on beautiful plates and decorate with an abundance of flowers. Svenskt Tenn’s summer table has been decorated with Josef Frank’s reddish pink Catleya pattern, Estrid Ericson’s classic fish-shaped schnapps flask, and glassware in a variety of shapes and colours.

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Table settings with table cloth Aralia by Josef Frank
Details form a table setting in the exhibition Scents of Summer at Strandvägen 5

From the exhibition