Essentials

Turning a space into a home is all about the details and finding special objects that reflect your personality. Stelton works with international designers to create long-lasting, functional essentials for your home. Designs that are aesthetically sustainable and that will serve and enhance both your daily life and festive occasions, now and in future.

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Wake up from a good night’s sleep with Okiru

‘Okiru’ means ‘to wake up’ in Japanese, and Japanese designer, Kazushige Miyake, wanted to create an alarm clock in a stylish and functional design that invites a calm start to the day. So park your mobile phone outside the bedroom and replace it with a classic alarm clock instead. You will most likely find that you get a calmer and more cohesive sleep. 

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Pilastro

The Pilastro collection is designed by Francis Cayouette with inspiration from the elegant and functional Art Deco style that dominated architecture and design in the 1920s.

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A luminous design icon

With its pleasant light, Pier was designed to create a cosy atmosphere both indoors and outdoors, and the handle on the top makes it easy to move around. Depending on the kind of ambience you wish to create, the lamp features easy adjusting between three brightness levels using the soft-touch button. 

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New autumn colour

The inspiration for this autumn’s bark colour is found in nature. It refers to the tree trunks of the forest and the sense of intimacy and presence that you instinctively experience when you allow yourself to be engulfed by nature. 

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Design that lasts

The EM77 vacuum jug has been made in Denmark since 1977, and its iconic design continues to keep coffee and tea hot the world over. The glass insert and all parts can be replaced in case of breakage, ensuring the vacuum jug a long and sustainable life.

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Indispensable accessory

Reusable drinking bottles and thermos mugs have, in line with increasing focus on climate and the environment, almost become an indispensable everyday accessory just like sunglasses and handbags. They must match our personal style and appearance and there must be many colours to choose from. 

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Enjoyment in a jiffy

The classic EM nut/shellfish cracker was designed by Erik Magnussen in 1988. The unique design means that the hard-wearing nylon top functions like a spring, which automatically opens the nut/seafood cracker again after each crack. 

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Inspired by nature

STOCKHOLM, designed by Swedish Bernadotte & Kylberg, is created based on nature’s beautiful shades around the Stockholm archipelago. The area’s colourful vegetation has inspired the artistic pattern, and the collection therefore bears the name Lignum, which means “wood” in Latin. 

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