Collection by Tiffany Orvet

Stockholm Furniture Fair 2014 Highlights


Taking stock of the latest and greatest furniture and lighting seen at the 2014 Stockholm Furniture Fair, including the latest color- and material-driven interior trends.

Like kids to candy, Scandinavian design lovers flock to the Far North to brave the chilling darkness of winter in Stockholm for one week each year. It's the combined Stockholm Furniture and Northern Light Fairs, where 40,000 visitors tuck in for a fix of blond wood furniture and a glimpse at the future of cool. Here are some of our top picks at the fair that were making their big debut. (Hint: If you're thinking minimalist or monochrome, you're way off base.)

Suspended over many of the various furniture pieces GamFratesi has designed for Swedese, Fredericia, FontanaArte,...
The Danish-Italian design studio GamFratesi were Guests of Honor for the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2014.
Gemla is the Swedish factory that's been bending wood since the late 1800s.
Fredrik Färg and Emma Marga Blanche are known for applying fashion tailoring to furniture.
For Färg & Blanche's "Pocket Cupboard," the design duo stitched leather pockets directly onto plywood cabinet covers.
One thing we're seeing a lot of? Pegboards.
Klong tends to go for the unexpected, and this new take on the everyday watering can by Broberg & Ridderstråle is no...
Design duo GamFratesi (2014 Guests of Honor at the fair) designed the Cartoon chair for Swedese last year.
This is the first lamp from glass artist Åsa Jungnelius, for Bsweden, and it's no surprise that it's something special.
Plymå bench by Mattias Stenberg for...
Taking its inspiration from Stockholm's suburban skyline, this lamp by Folkform for Örsjo Belysning is made up of...
Emily chair by Färg & Blanche for...