The only calendar in the Design Collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
We are so excited to be announcing that we will be a new stockist of the 2016 Stendig calendar. This striking, monochromatic calendar was designed by Massimo Vignelli in 1966, and was taken into the Design collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Almost 50 years later, and it is still a bold statement piece for homes and offices around the globe.
Measuring approximately 91cmx122cm, the Stendig calendar, with dramatic and bold graphics, it is a popular, as well as, functional piece of art for any interior. The sheets are perforated and tear away neatly with each passing month, and can also double as very stylish wrapping paper.
As we tore away June from our 2015 Stendig calendar, we couldn’t help but think how fast the first half of the year flew by. With the second half coming upon us quickly, now is the perfect time to preorder your 2016 Stendig calendar, with delivery expected late August of this year. You may think its a little early to be thinking about 2016 already, but tell that to the people who missed out on the 2015 calendars last year. With only limited numbers printed and for sale, make sure you don’t miss out on this classic which will add nothing but style to your space.
Enter the home of Camilla Ebdrup, half of the Danish duo behind Lucky Boy Sunday, and her husband, photographer Andreas Stenmann.
Neutrals will never be boring with high contrast colours like black and white, and the stunning wooden table adds warmth to the room.
Lucky Boy Sunday famous for their collection of luxury knitted toys and soft furnishings have become the go-to accessory for hipster mums and stylists.
By Nord offers a stunning collection of cushions, bed linen and accessories inspired by the diversity of the raw and beautiful Nordic nature. For this Spring, you can find the Smiling Seal and other Nordic animals printed on pillow cases and duvet covers.
I love everything about this room!
Design meets nature: where beauty, functionality and organic materials go hand in hand.
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