When it comes to inexpensive, beautifully designed Nordic furniture, you know you can depend on IKEA, but there’s a new player in town, and it might just rival the big blue store for all your beloved Scandi decor needs. Bloomingville is a Danish company that specializes in bringing new life to modern homes through their well-designed accessories and furniture. Founded in 2000, Bloomingville made it their mission to channel the Scandinavian aesthetic with products that create a warm, informal ambiance in the home. With their streamlined furniture and minimally fresh accessories, it’s safe to say they’re succeeding.
Showcasing collections with catchy titles like “Exotic Touches” and “Nordic Passion,” their Spring/Summer 2016 line is full of contemporary, cutting-edge designs and trendy color palettes as only Scandinavians could curate. It’s not just the playful shapes that make Bloomingvilles’s designs desirable, but also their expert use of handmade effects and natural textures. The combination of the two makes their pieces unlike anything you’ll find at IKEA.
The company describes their aesthetic as fashionable and modern, and we support that claim. Their furniture and decor is the perfect blend of timeless design and trendy patterns, all done with Scandinavian simplicity. And they’ve got everything you didn’t know you needed, from planters and pots to gold kitchenware and adorable pieces for the kiddos.
The summer line is the biggest Bloomingville collection to date, and they’ve brought out no less than six new trends and about a hundred new *must-have* items. Oh, and it’s finally arrived in the US. Ranging from a tropical theme with summer greens to pieces that are purely based on retro Nordic trends, the 2016 collection showcases everything you need to give your home a touch of sophistication and style.
Currently, you can only buy Bloomingville’s fab products through its stockists, so make sure you check out their website to see what products might be available at a retailer near you!
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