ISSUE 47  |  Holiday Warmth

Steal This Look: Fjällnäs Reserve in Sweden

November 24, 2009 11:15 AM

BY Julie Carlson

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The interiors of yesterday's Hotels, Lodging & Restaurants: Fjällnäs Reserve in Sweden feature midcentury Scandinavian classics: brass pendant lights by Alvar Aalto, fabrics by Josef Frank, and classic folding canvas chairs by Björn Hultén.

Above: Designed by Alvar Aalto in 1939, the Golden Bell Pendant Lamp A330S was reintroduced in 2007 by Artek and is available in brass- or chrome-plated steel or white-painted steel (the inner surface is painted white); €210 at Artek. In the US, The Chrome A330S Pendant is $290 at Y Lighting, and the Brass A330S Pendant is $290 at Matter in Brooklyn.

Above: Gotland Sheepskin from Huset; $300. For a less expensive alternative, consider Ikea's Ludde Sheepskin Throw for $49.95.

Above L: Wool Vinga Island Throw; $149.99 from Fjorn Scandinavian. Above R: Aristidia Pillow with fabric by Josef Frank, designed in the 1940s, $195 (19 by 19 inches) at Just Scandinavian.

Above: Skagerak Bollard Oil Lamp; $104.80 (down from $130.99) at Fjorn.

Above: Gray Persian Lamb Pillow; $110 for the 16-by-13-inch size at Furever Fur.

Above: Designed by Björn Hultén’s in 1954, the H55 Sling Chair was a favorite of Swedish king Gustav VI Adolf; $650 at Design Within Reach.

Above: Missoni Jazz Towel; a two-piece set including a bath towel and a hand towel is $83 at Unica Home.