Bjork Pouf by Lena Bergstrom

January 24th, 2012 by retail design blog

The Bjork series and its patterned structure offer a modern and enriched textile quality that is beautifully paired with stylish leather detailing. The designer, Lena Bergstrom‘s, conviction is that the flat textile surface of a rug is just as natural in the home as stone and wood: “The [pouf] is a natural part of the Björk collection, just like the stumps in a birch forest. They are a piece of furniture that is light and soft in its expression.”

For the Bjork pouf, Lena has drawn inspiration from the rough black and white graphical structure of the birch tree’s trunk. The color tones of Bjork create a marbled effect through a warp of cotton intertwined with a weft in wool, known not only for its softness, but also for its in-built resistance to dirt. The pouf is available in light gray or dark gray and in 2 sizes.

http://shophorne.com/bjork-poufstool-design-house-stockholm-p-1541.html

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One thought on “Bjork Pouf by Lena Bergstrom

  1. Janey Smith says:

    Thanks for the sharing the idea! looks amazingly comfortable!

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