This Gustavian Daybed upholstered in cheerful yellow is utterly charming.
Drawing inspiration from 18th-century Scandinavian and European designs, the Gustavian period in particular, the company's fine reproductions are designed with careful attention to scale, proportion and ornamentation but made to suit modern living. The Maglö Armchair is a perfect example of the exquisite details Country Swedish is known for.
The furniture is produced in Sweden by craftspeople preserving the tradition of Scandinavian furniture making and design. The company's beds, here the Vasa and Christinelund styles, are absolutely stunning.
Each piece in the collection is unique and individually crafted from the highest quality raw materials - traditional woods such as beech, birch and pine - using techniques and skills practiced by a select group of artisans. Cabinetry features dovetail joinery.
This is my own Sorgenfri Desk and Gustavia Chair. I love that the interiors of the drawers are painted. This attention to detail is a hallmark of Country Swedish.
In the showroom, a Sofiero Breakfront Cabinet.
The quality of its painted finishes sets Country Swedish apart from all other manufactures of reproduction Swedish furniture. There is no equal in the marketplace.
And lest you think all the finishes are variations of grey and white, here is the Gyldenholm Corner Cabinet in blue. See the many available finishes and colors here.
This child's Astrid Chair is absolutely darling and the contemporary fabric which the seat is upholstered with shows how versatile this style of furniture really is. It works in formal or informal and traditional or contemporary interiors.
To see the entire Country Swedish collection visit the website. In addition to furniture the company has a gorgeous array of mirrors - I have a serious weakness for these - as well as fabrics, wallpaper and rugs. And feel free to contact me for more information.