Fashion exploded, fabrics and textures developed into new classics, and conformity became unorthodox. Find out how you can capture the essence of this period in ’60s inspired retro style. These are the trademarks that first come to our minds when we think of the sixties. This was our inspiration for the creation of our new line of accessories; patterns, colours, fabrics, and of course timelessness.

Patterns and Colours

The materials from the sixties were characterised by shapes and by colors. They had structured and graphic forms that were reminiscent of the conservative 1950’s while remaining loyal to the 60’s with the bright and attention grabbing colors.  

Redeveloping this style with the Esmee cushions enables homeowners to reconsider the crazy patterns and pop colours that were forgotten throughout the years. This poly-velvet, retro-inspired yet exceptionally timeless cushions are ready to complete your favourite sofa, chair, or bed.

Furniture’s style from the 1960’s


The velvet effect of the Snazzy fabric chairs creates a beautiful contrast with their black metal legs and gold tips. Proudly displaying a mid-century vintage look, these refined chairs will bring a touch of colour and texture to any room in the house.


Perched on solid wood legs finished in walnut veneer, the Eckhart collection is the perfect complement to your mid-century inspired decor! With their horizontal decorative details, they will always be on the cutting edge of design, never boring.


With a mid-century modern design, our Waluca collection offers a retro feel that is hard to resist. Made from solid semi-gloss black poplar wood, the furniture in this collection features small gold metal alloy details with a brass finish. Style and simplicity.

Waluca, new chic and retro collection

A design icon from the 1960s

The sixties were not exclusively characterised by materials and colours. The dramatic structures and designs were also a key factor defining that period. Reinventing this style meant bringing the theatrical back to home furnishing.  Take for example this retro style Sunki accemt chair that is nostalgic of the 1960`s. This “Smiling Chair” owes its inspiration to the CHO7 Shell, designed in 1963 by Danish designer Hans J. Wegner. With its simple, soft and clean lines, this three-legged chair is an icon of mid-century Scandinavian design even today.

Scandinavian interior design: cozy minimalism




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