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Home is an important part of our life. Scandinavian Design has influenced the way create our immediate surrounding every day. It is design best characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality that emerged in the 1950s in the five Nordic countries of Finland, Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Denmark. 
In this section we have selected some outstanding products that represent this movement - plus some items that we believe complement the Scandinavian Design even if they are not rooted in Scandinavia. Enjoy!
Our most important lines are Pappelina Rugs and Design House Stockholm - please select the categories on the left.     

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BELLE Black

$110.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...

BELLE Pale Rose

$110.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...

RAKEL Beige/ Vanilla

$49.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...

SVEA 4 1/2 x 7 1/4 ft (Area Rug with multiple color choices)

$469.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...

ANTS Pale Orange/Vanilla

$93.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...

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ANTS Rose Taupe/Vanilla

$183.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...

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ANTS Warm Grey/Vanilla

$93.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...

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ASTA Lime

$93.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...

ASTA Misty Blue

$93.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...

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ASTA Pale Rose

$93.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...

ASTA Pale Turquoise

$93.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...

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ASTA Warm Grey

$93.00

Pappelina rugs are a unique, Scandinavian design that utilize woven plastic in brights colors and bold patterns. The traditional woven technique was crafted in 1948 and modernized in 1999. Easy to care for, they are machine washable but must be dripped...