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The Art of Welcoming

From 138.00 EUR
The Nostalgi hat and shoe racks were designed by Gunnar Bolin in 1937. The rack has come and gone over the years, but is now regarded as a classic in the history of Swedish furniture.
From 78.00 EUR
A simple hook strip for small spaces. Gustav came about as a way of using the waste from cut wooden bars for the Nostalgi rack.
From 239.00 EUR
The Tillbakablick mirror from the Bedow design studio harks back to the modest design of the Shaker movement. Its practical design makes it easy to move. Made of birch plywood which has been either oiled or stained. Available in round and rectangular models.

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Hallway mirrors

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Tamburin hat rack

Tamburin hat rack
Black stained oak/Black
From 554.00 EUR
The Tamburin range came out of Andreas Klippinge’s desire to design something ‘super-functional’. He settled on a hat rack, important for Swedish homes and indispensable where the Scandinavian climate with its wide seasonal variations places big demands on the performance of the hallway. The Tamburin hat rack consists of powder-coated steel frames and hooks combined with lacquered oak bars. The angle of the frames reveals the purposeful simplicity of Tamburin, the precision of the design and the high quality of the materials. Despite its neat appearance, the Tamburin collection is very robust. The hat rack in width 1000 mm includes 4 single and 3 double hooks and width 600 mm includes 3 single and 2 double hooks. A spacious and functional hat rack that comes ready-assembled. The hat rack in the picture is in width 1000 mm.


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About Essem Design

Essem Design is a second-generation family firm with a history that goes back to 1937.

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