As winter creeps closer it seems that colour is saturating the eyeballs like a renaissance of the eighties. It’s disappearance happened so gradually, a fading out, a dying down that it’s resurgence feels all the more powerful, poignant even. Not that the cyclical power of trend should come as a surprise – the picture of the wallpaper above was designed by Josef Frank, who emigrated to Sweden in 1933, gaining citizenship in 1939 and became the most prestigious designer in the Stockholm design company Svenskt Tenn. New is never really new..
Whilst his furniture is classic of its time: clean lines, functionality.
It’s his fabrics and textiles that seem so forward thinking, modern and exciting.
(All pics Pinterest)
Maybe you can teach an old dog new tricks..
Laters, Kate x