Gudrun Sjödén offers an alternative Swedish homestyle*

From quirky knee-high socks (we clocked these beauties, straight away!) and eco-cotton dresses, to floral embroidered cushions and coloured glassware, Gudrun Sjödén is a creative’s guide to living life on the colour wheel. 

We have all the admiration for folk who commit to the modern, clean-lined, look that is evident in popular Scandinavian homestyle. But what if there’s an alternative Scandi-style, one that’s just perfect for us colour-loving, mismatch adoring, creative types?

Textile designer Gudrun creates homewares oozing with exciting patterns and colour combos. She describes her work as a desire “to spread a little happiness and make everyday life a bit more beautiful.” If a colourful, inviting home is what you’re after then Gudrun Sjödén has beautiful accessories and soft furnishing for every room in the house – check it out!

Take 2 offer!

Gudrun’s designs translate gorgeously as fashion pieces, too, so extending that alternative Scandi-look from homeware to wardrobe is effortless. Right now, Gudrun Sjödén is having a Take 2 sale online! Grab two items from the Take 2 collection, like a spring shawl and a table cloth, and get them for less. (Minimum order £40, free delivery)

Meet Gudrun

In London on Saturday, 18 February 2017? Meet textile designer Gudrun in their Seven Dials store, 12-2pm. Take a friend for a peek at the new spring collection – sure to be a colour feast! Gudrun Sjödén, 65-67 Monmouth Street, London WC2H 9DG

Visit Gudrun Sjödén for an alternative guide to a colourful Scandi home.

*This is a sponsored post

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