The product series Heaven and Hell was developed by Wanja Djanaieff in collaboration with Swedish handcraft and presented by Vanja himself as follows: To freely interpret life in the form of strong symbols such as Adam and Eve, unicorns, birds, angels, devils, and more on damask , is like bringing together two cultural heritage into one.
“Heaven and Hell” is thus a damask story in modern vintage that affirms our roots “.
Wanja Djanaief worked at Almedahl’s 1960-70 and created, for example, Svan, one of the earliest naivist patterns. She has also been Head of NK Design Group, formerly NK’s Textile Chamber, 1970-77; designed the pattern Coffee table in 1972. Designed clothes for participants in the Olympics in 1974. Head of the textile factory Strömma in Norrköping 1977-80 where the first collection, In folkviseton, meant a new start for the company. Co-owner of the Swedish Design Agency 1977-80 together with Kerstin Boulogner, Aino Östergren and Boel Matzner. Project manager and teacher at Konstfack 1980-88; professor 1988-92. Made scenography and costume for sets by Peter Oskarsson in Järvsö and costume for Folkteatern in Gothenburg and exhibitions, eg Textile thought.
Find out more about Wanja on the page “Designers”
Enhance your decor with this damask story. Decorate as wall hangings, table runners, towels or pillows.
Harmonika brons / svart av free meter fabric suits Heaven and Hell merry well.
Mor of Wanja Djanaieff in the Webshop
Read the student from Borås Textile Academy’s own words about how the mentioned textiles were produced.
When Hjalmar, Klässbol’s founder, finished his textile education, he brought two books home to Värmland…
Read about Julia at Stampen who returned from America in 1915 and settled in Klässbol.
Now you can buy lingerie directly from our warehouse!
Vill du handla hos oss men känner osäkerhet i att vistas bland andra? Testa vår personliga service!
Använd din fantasi och skapa middagsdukningar influerad av naturens egen rytm. Se exempel på sensommar/höstdukningar ifrån butikerna.
Värmlands Linkompani is a small linseed oil company not far from Klässbol. You can now buy there fantastiskt products at our stores.
Are you gonna visit us? In Klässbol we are open mon-fri 9-18, sat 10-16. Store in Stockholm Thursday Saturday 11-16.
The collaboration with Danish Hanne Vedel continues and we are now launching table runners, towels and napkins named after her grandchildren.
2020 we was to celebrate 100 years in the linen business, but the party is postpone due to the Corona pandemic …
If you are not sure which size of canvas / cloth to choose, we give you some help along the way.
Attention to Glaskogen and its surroundings in Västvärmland is reaching new heights.
In connection with the coronation of Japan’s new emperor Naruhito, Japanese TV Watch News 9 NHK visited Klässbols Stockholm as one of two royal court suppliers.
A dishwasher / cloth for all rooms keeps your home dry and fresh in an environmentally friendly way. The natural product has a long life and is free of microfibre.
Meet Klässbols Stockholms new store manager and contact. Like Klässbols, she wants to increase the knowledge of the various materials found in nature.
We have linen tablecloth and napkins for the wedding and help you to choose the right one. A large part of our customers also buy wedding gifts from us.
Spice up your summer cottage with new fabric or bring a pillow out in the hammock! We have Bolster in narrow, middle and wide stripe in different colors.
In Klässbol you can buy the linen towels Regnbåge and Signe. They dry quickly and are easy to take with you.
The linen towels Säter and Haga are of classic weave patterns and techniques by Jennie Aden. They should really be used without ironed deleted or mangled.
Take your interest in linen products one step further. Join the Linen Club and get tips, happenings and offers before everyone none members!
If you order in Sweden and want it delivered within the country and the amount is under 2499 SEK, you have the same shipping price – SEK 79, regardless of weight.
At the Formex fair in January 2019, our stand was visited by two of the designers for the new textiles for the National Museum
(Nationalmuseum) and we presented the “Blue Order”.