A famous fashion house and "master of color"
Missoni brings their sense of style and color to the home with their MISSONI HOME collection. The unique collection offers an expansive range of elements. From the connecting thread of fabrics and their endless variations, unfold these beautiful products for furnishing the inside and outside of the home from the living room to the lounge room, for the bedroom and bathroom to rooms overlooking gardens and terraces.
The collection designed by Rosita Missoni stands out for its sunny personality and creative spirit. The inspirations and emotions of fashion color her ideas of home design. Translating these multifaceted ideas into fabric and furnishing solutions is made possible by the almost symbiotic collaboration between two leading Italian companies: Missoni, among Italy's top fashion designers, and T&J Vestor, a firm that boasts a long family tradition in home fabrics and furnishings.
Inside too represents MissoniHome in Norway.
Build a timelessly chic foundation, then accessorize with abandon.
Potter, designer and author Jonathan Adler launched his namesake brand after leaving his day job to pursue his first love: pottery. In 1993, Barneys bought his collection of pots, and five years later, he opened his first store in Soho. Jonathan’s desire to design all the bits one needs to create a flawlessly chic home led to more and more. Today, Jonathan Adler is a design company with over 25 stores worldwide, a thriving e-commerce site, and a wholesale business boasting over 1,000 locations globally. Pottery continues to be core to their business and their commitment to impeccable craftsmanship and luxury is reflected in all they do. Their offerings span home accessories, decorative objects, tabletop collections, bedding, bath accessories, candles, furniture, rugs, pillows, lighting, fashion accessories and more. And their design work can be found in top restaurants, hotels and houses around the world. They are dedicated to bringing Modern American Glamour to your life.
Inside too represents Jonathan Adler in Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
In 2011 House of Hackney was founded around a kitchen table in a house in Hackney, London by husband-and-wife team Javvy M Royle and Frieda Gormley.
Sharing a passion for interiors and a background in fashion and product design they decided to create what they had been searching for: in the great tradition of British print houses a brand which championed print, colour and texture, taking inspiration from the past but juxtaposing with prints and treatments for a modern statement. After a decade of minimalism the brand captured the zeitgeist and the imagination of a new generation.
House of Hackney has grown from its roots in a house in Hackney to a new generational brand which balances heritage with modernity, mixing iconic design with style and functionality, with a strong social conscience at the heart of its decisions, supporting British manufacturing in the process.
Inside too represents House og Hackney in Scandinavia.
Mateus offers you the best of two worlds. Portugal, where the ceramics have a deep rooted and time - honoured place in the culture, and Sweden, where the interest for fashion and design is widespread. An ideal combination.
All their products are handmade in Portugal by skilled artisans, each lending a personal touch and uniqueness to each and every piece. The enduring quality of the design offers an endless range of combinations for creating the perfect setting for each occasion.
Inside too represents Mateus in Norway.
Oslo - Hoff Gård - Hoffsveien 40
Susi Bellamy creates vibrant, colourful interiors based on original and unique artwork painted in the studio, and hand marbled paper designs created using a traditional technique. Her artwork is inspired by her great love of colour, her background as a fashion editor and her time working and living in Florence.
The collection is made in England from start to finish using the highest quality materials. The impeccable colour and vibrancy of the products will impact any interior in the same way as a piece of art.