Our love for Ikea has been well-documented, but even we know there’s so much more to stylish and simple Scandinavian decor than just the Swedish furniture giant. There’s no shortage of chic Scandi designers in today’s marketplace, and one of our favorites just launched a stunning fall collection that will have you replacing all the furniture in your home with minimalist pieces that echo the region’s signature style.
Swedish brand Hem (founded in 2014), collaborates with designers worldwide to produce globally-accessible pieces rooted in Scandinavian sensibilities—think sleek tables with clean lines and simple, contemporary furniture in bold colorways.
And its fall collection is no different. This autumn, Hem is introducing two new product families designed by Hem Design Studio, as well as offering a fresh take on Hai, the brand’s iconic armchair and ottoman. (It will be updated by Italian designer Luca Nichetto.) Hem’s fall line is inspired by exotic plants and shimmering fabrics in rich hues, but will remain balanced out by warmer tones of beige, orange, and pink.
The first new product family, Bon (pictured above), is a range of ottomans available in cube, round, or brick shapes. True to its inspiration, this series comes in a range of clean hues (Ivory, Ginger, and Blossoms), as well as two deep, dark tones (Ink and Peacock).
On the other hand, Dune—the second new product family—focuses solely on four natural colors. This line of handwoven carpets is 100 percent wool, and emphasizes sustainable production.
In addition to these two new product lines, Hem is also reimagining its classic Hai armchair by introducing two new fabric shades—Ink and Peacock—to the fall line. Fans of the chair can expect the same high quality and comfort, but with a modern twist that's perfect for the new season.
Interested in adding some Scandi simplicity to your home? Shop the new collection online now. And as an added bonus, there's free shipping throughout the US.
See more ways to change your home decor for fall:
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