• Trolley "Giro" Medium
    Trolley "Giro" Medium

    Trolley "Giro" Medium

    In this cool trolley you can easily store all your pretty tableware, craft accessories or prominently present your favorite items. With this cabinet on wheels there's lots of possibilities. The combination…

    € 279,00
  • Canvas print "Leaf 2"
    Canvas print "Leaf 2"

    Canvas print "Leaf 2"

    ∙ Size: A6
    ∙ Material: Canvas
    ∙ Brand: Dirty old canvas

    Delivery time: In stock

    € 3,95

Functional living accessories in our Scandinavian furniture shop

In our online Scandinavian furniture shop you will find many Scandinavian living accessories from brands such as House Doctor and Bloomingville. We offer a wide collection of products for the interior with a simple and functional design. Whether you are looking for lamps, decorative pillows, vases or a variety of small furniture, you will find it in our range of products. We only sell products that we would be happy to use in our own homes. All furniture from our Scandinavian webshop can be combined, so your personal taste will come into it's own.

Various leading brands, such as House Doctor and Bloomingville
In our Scandinavian home store we offer various leading brands. You will not only find brands such as House Doctor and Bloomingville but for example, also Hubsch and Madam Stoltz. The Bloomingville style is a mixture of rough materials with a nostalgic, Scandinavian touch. Hubsch offers simple and functional products for everyday life. House Doctor will supply you with the opportunity to create a unique and personal style at home and Madame Stoltz has a definable yet constantly innovative style. 

Be surprised
Let yourself be surprised in our Scandinavian home store and get to know our leading brands, such as House Doctor and Bloomingville. Here, you will find everything in the field of living accessories. Are you looking for a specific brand which you cannot find in our store? Let us know. Maybe we will still be able to help you.

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