There are some mad patterns on everything that Designer Josef Frank has created for us. But if you want to pep up your walls, you cannot go wrong with the flowery patterned couch, the trendy floor lamps and the tables made of walnut. You may however have to book an extra seat on your return flight to bring it all back home! If you don't want to do that, the solution is to stick to smaller items such as the stainless steel candle holder or the glass plate with the platinum frame. The cork with the lions head is also bound to be a big hit at every party. The main thing is that you paint your walls white before you come here. And the ceiling. And while you're at it, do the floors as well. Why, you ask? Well, because Josef Frank's furniture is not only heavily patterned but also very colourful. So if you don't want to end up blinded by colour create a blank white canvas.
Streetwear for cool kids. With a T-shirt from Monkey Bizz, you will be the business on the streets. Nothing to be ashamed of or embarrassed about. The generation 2.0 fashion will raise the bar for grown-ups with its caps, hats and scarves for trendy winter days. Show up in one of these labels and you will be the next party highlight: Mishka, Pegleg, Rockers, Tokion. The themes? Stylish, crazy, wicked. A whole lot of monkey business? No, the pure culture of youth fashion. Monkey Bizz.
Picture this,you walk into a shop, pick up an item and you do not have the slightest idea what it is meant to be. This could easily happen to you at Designtorget. Well, thankfully a doormat is still a doormat even here, but not all items are as easy to recognize. The hanging drink's holder, for instance - or this red, banana-shaped, plastic item whatever it may be. Particularly well disguised is the doorstopper that looks distinctly like a bottle opener. Nonetheless, if you want to have a piece of design that's in tomorrow, you should go shopping at Designtorget today. Be assured that anything you get your hands on will be seriously trendy - and all the other shoppers are just as confused as you are about some of the items, just look around you. The Swedish are just better at pretending to be in the know. That banana - well, it turns out to be a snack box to fit, well, a banana.