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The Danish Design Center Shop Showcases the Best in Eco-Friendly Scandinavian Design

by , 09/20/11

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Normann-Copenhagen’s Mormor tableware collection is available in white and blue, and it is made from low-water use ceramic and renewable cork.

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Fjällräven‘s classic bags are very durable and come in a variety of colors. But best of all, the Swedish company offsets (via Tricorona) its carbon emissions generated during production and transportation.

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The Omhu Cane is ‘a walking stick with attitude’. Inspired by Scandinavian furniture, the cane features a handle with extra grip and it’s made from birch hand-finished with Livos oil, a non-toxic, plant-based finish.

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