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Founded in Sweden in 1692, Ekelund Weavers is the world's oldest documented textile company still in existence. All manufacturing is done in its own factory in Horred, a small village on the Swedish west coast. The textiles are ecologically and environmentally certified with GOTS, the Global Organic Textile Standard, the world’s leading processing standard for organic textiles.

Klippan Yllefabrik


The family company Klippan Yllefabrik was founded in Sweden in 1879. Their textile collection is developed in collaboration with famous Swedish designers and their pattern is typical Scandinavian. All blankets and throws are manufactured in their own factories. They use only natural materials - and when possible eco-material - for the products.

Lapuan Kankurit


Lapuan Kankurit is a Finnish family-run business which started in 1917. The Lapuan Kankurit products have soft textures, pleasant patterns and comforting colors. The brand combines its traditional values with modern weaving techniques and creative designs, all backed by an ecologically sound approach. Lapuan Kankurit weaving mill belongs to the exquisite European club “Master of Linen”.

BOM United


BoM United is an abbreviation for the design cooperation between the Swedish artists Maria Holmer Dahlgren and Barbro Tryberg Boberg. BoM United designs useful everyday products in line with the Swedish traditions and with a touch of humour. The products are produced in Sweden.

Bengt & Lotta


Bengt & Lotta was founded in 1990 by Bengt Lindberg and Lotta Glave. Their designs are inspired by Swedish folk art and express humour and happiness with naive and clean shapes. Swedish folkart is born out of a culture of long hard winters, the longing for Springtime and the celebration of ecology, nature and animals is a recurring theme.

House of Scandinavia


House of Scandinavia was founded in 2012 by Anna-Carin Berg. It is a registered brand name for home textiles with focus on bathroom textiles in elegant design and with the highest quality standards. All products are produced in Europe according to the environmental friendly öko-tex standards.

FS Home Collections


FS Home Collections was founded in 2000 in The Netherlands and grew into a very successful cushions and throw company. The philosophy of FS Home Collections is to supply the market with design products in excellent quality and natural materials.



Gripsholm is one of the brands belonging to the large Nordic textile group Springhill, founded in 1970. The name Gripsholm originates from the castle Gripsholm and the America-cruiser M/S Gripsholm. The brand stands for a mix of tradition, quality and innovation.



Ørskov & Co. was founded in 1953 by Torben Ørskov. The company’s philosophy is to produce modern and functional Danish design by using good craftsmanship and working with the best Danish designers.



Kanevad wood carving started in Sweden by Gunnar Kanevad in 1962. Kanevad is a small family driven company that creates various wooden products using Swedish woods. Their products can today be found both in the National Museum and in the collection of the Swedish King.

Åsas Tomtebod


Åsas Tomtebod started on the countryside in Småland in southern Sweden by Åsa Götander in 1993. The Christmas gnomes grew more and more popular and today you will find them all over the world.

Spira of Sweden


Spira of Sweden was founded in 2004 by the design duo Lena Brunnsåker and Susanne Kjöllerström. Their desire is to fill the homes with textile products in joyful colours, patterns and design. All products are Öko-Tex 100 certified and the cushions are produced in Europe.

Skandinavisk Hemslöjd


Skandinavisk Hemslöjd started in 1995 in Stockholm. Today Skandinavisk Hemslöjd offers a wide range of traditional Scandinavian handmade juniper wood products, designed and made in close cooperation with skilled craftsmen throughout the Nordic region.