Here we have gathered all of Svenskt Tenn's film productions, webcasts from exhibitions at the store, inspiring interiors and glimpses from our small-scale productions.
Discover the exhibition ‘Le Charme Discret’ and watch the video from the digital opening.
Discover the exhibition ‘Pepis Flora’ and watch the video from the digital opening.
Discover the exhibition ‘Al Fresco’ and watch the video from the digital opening.
For nearly 170 years, contemporary wallpapers have been produced in Västergötland.
Gemla Fabrikers AB, Sweden's oldest furniture factory, is located at Diö in Småland.
Larsson Korgmakare – the only manufacturer of rattan furniture in Sweden.
"Åke is turning the lathe with the naturalness that comes from 60 years of professional experience."
Experience autumn on Strandvägen 5 with inspiring environments, furnitures and interior details.
Japanese Magnolia, Rox & Fix and rattan furniture. This interior has many Asian influences.
Use your favourite plants generously in the interior. A dining room is enlivened by greenery.
Stools, books, armchairs and collectibles. Things that you like will fuse to form a relaxing entity.
Karin Mamma Andersson's personal works of art come alive in this year’s autumn exhibition at Svenskt Tenn.
Josef Frank’s botanic designs mix real flowers with plants and fruit motifs.
A colourful ovation to women; matriarchy, power, responsibility and the body.
Norms — unwritten rules, ideas and ideals — are prerequisites for a functioning society.
Three spaces. Three significant events in Svenskt Tenn's 95-year old history.
"The world can be very grey and grim, so it makes sense to me to embrace bold colour."
Josef Frank’s Mirakel print is screen printed at Tissus d’Avesnières mill in Laval, France.
It takes approximately two weeks to produce a pot at the Porcelain factory in Lidköping.
Ten years have passed since Carina Seth Andersson designed a collection of vases for Svenskt Tenn.
Josef Frank designed Vänskapsknuten (the Knot of Friendship) as a symbol of friendship and peace.
"I got insights into how people from different parts of the world work with glass."