• Autumn news

Let the tranquillity of nature permeate your coffee break 

The autumn colour choice of the classic EM77 vacuum jug paves the way for a peaceful and personal coffee break. So, lower yourself into the chair, let the sense of calm envelop you and enjoy your coffee break. Or fill the EM77 vacuum jug with coffee, tea or hot cocoa and replace the original tilt cork with the picnic cork and take the vacuum jug and the family out into nature and enjoy the presence and your hot drink there. 

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Bark

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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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 with the new colour Bark, yet another option has been added to our to-go collection.

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Sharp design with soft shapes

The Solis oil lamp is simple, almost monumental in its mode of expression. Designer Søren Refsgaard has played with opposites in materials, shapes and colours. The oil lamp is made of metal - a choice of material that refers to Stelton’s design DNA, but with processing and finishing, the material has acquired an extremely organic and welcoming shape.

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When the oil lamp is in use, you can see the flickering flame. When the oil lamp is off, the wick is minimal and Solis’ monumental shape is thus included as a sculptural element in the decor. 

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A breath of femininity to the classics

This autumn, the EM77 vacuum jug and Stelton bread bag are both launched in a delicate Lavender. A colour with a touch of dusty pink, but with blue undertones that make it a bit edgier. With coffee or tea on the EM77 jug and warm buns in the iconic Stelton bread bag the day is set for a good start. 

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The Pier portable LED lamp is a beautiful reinterpretation of the classic ship’s lamp. 

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Wake up from a good night’s sleep

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. Surveys show that almost every 5th person checks their mobile phone during the night. 

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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. 

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Use Okiru in the bedroom or other places where a discreet clock is needed, such as the kitchen or hallway. 

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A modern classic

The table setting and the presentation of the food are a big part of the cosiness and feeling of being together we associate with meals. Now you can complete your beautifully set table with the latest products - a bread basket and kitchen roll holder in the popular and award-winning design series Emma. 

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The form-fitting handle in light beech wood, which we know from the rest of the series, is repeated in the bread basket handle and is a beautiful contrast to the lacquered steel basket. 

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Design darling turns a corner

This year marks 60 years since the Maya cutlery series by Norwegian designer Tias Eckhoff saw the light of day. To mark the occasion, this autumn we will be relaunching: a steak knife, a long drink spoon and a cake knife and server as additions to the existing collection. All three products have previously been in production and are based on the original drawings with simple modifications for today’s needs. 

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Award winning design

The Maya series has received several design awards over the years, and is included in Phaidon Design Classic’s list of the 999 best designs in the world. The cutlery has also been exhibited in some of the world’s leading museums such as MoMA in New York and The Victoria and Albert Museum in London. 

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Putting food in focus with Agnes

In designing the Agnes range, designer Zhenyu Wu has been inspired by his own way of cooking and serving food to family and friends. Food must be the focal point and there must be a sense of peace to enjoy the company of those sitting around the table. 

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Use the spacious bowl to arrange a beautiful salad or put it in the oven with a whole chicken, potatoes and some root vegetables mixed with fresh herbs. You will have a tasty dish that can go straight from oven to table. The bowl and dish can withstand heat to 230°C. 

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Rhythmic design

Stylish and characterful design in one. That is what you get with the new Luna bread tray and the classic set of tealight holders. In designing the range, designers Halskov & Dalsgaard have toyed with the interplay that occurs when different materials are combined. The cut outs in the matt lacquered stainless steel are razor sharp and open up to the softness and tactility of the sand-coloured cotton bag. 

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The characteristic cut outs of the tealight holders allow for the flame to be seen directly and the patterns the light gives off create an evocative play of light when the tealight holders are in use. 

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