FOUNDED 2006 (DENMARK)
Muuto

New perspectives — Muuto is rooted in the Scandinavian design tradition characterized by enduring aesthetics, functionality, craftsmanship, and an honest expression.

By expanding this heritage with forward-looking materials, techniques, and bold creative thinking, their ambition is to deliver new perspectives on Scandinavian design. In fact, their name, Muuto, comes from “muutos,” a word meaning “new perspective” in Finnish.

They handpick leading contemporary designers who are strong interpreters of their philosophy and combine those talents with the passionate Muuto creative team. You will know their design because it has muutos: objects made sublime through new perspectives, enjoyed across the world, representing the best of Scandinavian design today.
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What is Scandinavian Design?

Scandinavian design is characterized by a combination of sleek minimalism with colors and materials that reflect nature. Scandinavian furniture often appears in muted greens, browns, and blues and is made of a lightweight metal or wood with clear grain. Another hallmark of Scandinavian design is pieces that are both functional and sculptural. This means furniture that is visually striking and beautiful, while also being durable and useful.

Scandinavian Seating

A Scandinavian chair (also commonly referred to as a “Scandi Chair”) is a piece of furniture designed to meet at the intersection of three objectives: functional, comfortable, and elegant. Employing the modern style found in other Scandinavian design, Scandinavian chairs are often made from light or stained wood, although other materials such as steel and recycled plastic are sometimes used, and can be found in both neutral colors as well as muted blues and greens.

Scandinavian Lighting

Scandinavian lighting is a form of lighting design that combines sleek minimalism and warm light to create a cozy atmosphere. Generally, Scandinavian lighting emphasizes multiple light fixtures that are strategically placed around a room rather than one central piece. The fixtures themselves are understated in design, featuring smooth lines and curves that are both elegant and functional. Their materials’ color scheme tends to reflect natural elements and colors, so light fixtures can be found in neutrals such as black or white, as well as in rich greens, blues, and oranges.

Scandinavian Shelving and Storage

While Scandinavian storage is practical first, it’s often built so it adds to the overall room design. This means modular storage systems that can be reconfigured as your needs change, simple but colorful wall-mounted shelves, and sideboards that combine minimalism with a striking industrial aesthetic.

Scandinavian Tables

Among all categories of Scandinavian furniture, Scandinavian tables are perhaps the most defined by minimalism. Composed of sleek, elegant lines, Scandinavian tables are designed to complement the aesthetic of whichever room they’re in. They are often made of materials meant to reflect nature, such as lightweight woods and metals, and can appear simple in design. However, what Scandinavian tables lack in surface detail, they balance with unusual, intentional form, such as architectural legs or an ovular surface.