For serene moments with a book, a reposeful space and creative inspiration - arrange the conservatory with blooming greens and natural materials. Erika Pekkari’s timeless pot makes the ideal companion for plants of all stages: from seed to bloom. The popular stoneware pot is made at the Porcelain Factory in the Swedish city of Lidköping and was designed for Svenskt Tenn in 2011. For its ten-year-anniversary, a new coral addition is introduced to Svenskt Tenn’s world of colour. The new pot is available in three different sizes.
On Skeppsbron in the old city of Stockholm lies the family-owned Larsson Korgmakare, a business currently run by the third and fourth generation of basket makers. With great knowledge and precision, they create Svenskt Tenn’s entire collection of rattan furniture by hand - a tradition honoured for over half a century.
Svenskt Tenn’s founder Estrid Ericson felt a strong bond to nature and was very fond of including it in all parts of the interior. In close contact with nature, she created the best conditions for clearing the mind and gathering inspiration for upcoming projects. When arriving at the store on Monday mornings, after weekends spent at her summer house, ‘Tolvekarna’, outside of Stockholm, she often brought large bouquets of flowers and branches gathered from the garden.
Get inspired by Estrid Ericson and transform the conservatory to a relaxing oasis filled with warmth and blooming greens. Create a bed of flowers and plants, and place them at different levels for a lush interior. The warmth of the evening sun is best enjoyed in a relaxing position on a rattan daybed. The lounger was originally designed by Josef Frank during the mid-1900s, and was reintroduced to Svenskt Tenn’s assortment in the spring of 2018.