Finnish Color


This post is part of the Finnish Design series by guest contributor Eva Jorgensen of Sycamore Street Press.

In a land that’s dark almost half the year, many designers make up for it by using pops of cheerful color. I feel a little brighter just looking at these lovely objects.

This is the final day of Finnish design week and my guest posts for Black*Eiffel. Thanks to Rachel and to all of you for having me! If you’d like to see more of my Scandinavian adventures, design finds, and experiences in letterpress, you can follow me on the Sycamore Street Press blog: Paper Life Love.

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9 comments:

Martina said...

Love the colours & Finnish design in general. :)

El said...

Fun and colorful!

anna | Today I like Blog said...

what a pretty milk jug! I thought it was a teapot :)

Jamie Herzlinger said...

What a fun, colorful post! Thanks for sharing!

Love, Jamie Herzlinger

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Furniture restoration said...

this was really awesome,i am always impress of this design..:)

betinahluna said...

I love the kettle! really cute!

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la femme said...

Yes! Thank you for this post! I'm part Finnish, live in a town with lots of Finns and just love Finnish design. It's very dark here already - thank you for the joyful pops of colour :)

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