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SCANDINAVIAN 101

Scandinavian design has taken the world by storm, with the distinct look prominent in our favourite interiors. With a focus on simplicity, minimalism and functionality, this design movement, which emerged in the 1950s, has added an appreciation for craftsmanship and understated elegance in our homes. “We feel

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