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Interior Design | 06.03.2021

A Feminine Touch

Gorgeous Designs by Female Designers



While furniture design has traditionally been a male-dominated industry, we’re happy to see more and more female designers every day. As a woman-owned business, we are champions of female designers. Today, we’re sharing inspiring pieces designed by women who are changing the design world, one piece at a time.

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 Apiales 18 by Sofie Refer for Nuura

Apiales is a stunning, modern chandelier inspired by clusters of flowers. Several years of work and decades of experience the designers at Nuura create lights that reflect the joy you find in nature”

Polder Sofa by Hella Jongerius for Vitra

The distinctive design of this sofa derives from its asymmetrical shape, varied combinations of fabrics and colors, and carefully chosen details, creating a striking addition to any interior.

Vertigo pendant light by Constance Guisset for Petite Friture

Designed by Constance Guisset, Vertigo has incorporated an anthology of prestigious permanent collections like the Moma, the CAP and the MAD. The play of shadows and light ribbons on the walls reinforces the graphic dimension of Vertigo. This aesthetic echoes Petite Friture’s own markers: graphics, geometry, detail, and finish.

Shazia Rug by Mona Ronteix for Ligne Roset

An artful combination of connected lines - the Shazia hand-tufted rug, made of wool and viscose, graces the floor with a blend of texture, color, and pattern. Shown above paired with the Amédée armchair in white leather.

Workshop table by Cecilie Manz for Muuto

This table joins together the ideals of Scandinavian craftsmanship and subtle detailing for a deliberately simple and archetypal expression. With its tabletop in either oak veneer or linoleum harmoniously carving itself into the solid oak frame, the Workshop Table brings a refined and understated appearance to any dining room.

Androgyne Dining Table by Danielle Siggerud for Menu

Androgyne Collection is distinguished by its playful, yet elegant silhouette and considered combination of natural materials. The invention of the Copenhagen-based Norwegian architect and designer Danielle Siggerud, its blend of the masculine and feminine, true androgyny, is what lends the collection its name.

The characterful piece was designed to be the centrepiece in either a home, restaurant or office.

Maudlin by Elena Georghiadou for Yo2

Smooth color lines, abstract mushy shapes, and multi-color mixed patterns are the mainly displayed components of the “Maudlin” collection. The collection gives any space a feeling of composure, peace, and serenity.