Handbag Norrland and Bolster Twist
NOTE! Handbag Fjäll and Handväska Sten 60is out of stock. Unsure when they are back.
Pure linen, Black leather
Handbags in Norrland linen textiles or Bolster Twist.
Size: Storlek: 26 x 17 cm.
The furniture fabric collection Norrland was excellent by ELLE Interiör Designpriset and Swedish Design Award 2006. Since then we have manufactured not only pillows and textiles, but also bags, handbags and wallets. These unique bags, handbags and wallets are unisex with long life and stylish modern design. This products have a low inventory and make you stand out in the crowd. The quality is 100% Linen + black leather. You can choose between Northland tracks Track No. 10, Sten 60 and Fjäll 45 designed by Lena Bergström or Twist narrow edge, black by Lena Rahoult (Twist has twisted Bolster yarn for maximum wear resistance).
Background Norrland: The Norrland collection is the result of a long and puposeful collaboration between Klässbols Linneväveri and the designer Lena Bergström. The qualities and possibilities of the linen has been the main thread for the work that has grown out of the looms in Klässbol for the past year. At a distance the low-voiced patterns of Norrland creates single colors. But when you get closer new patters will appear. ”The strong and graphical characteristics of Norrland (the northern Swedish landscape) has been my inspiration”, says Lena who grew up in Norrland.
Background Bolster Twist: Bolster is one of Klässbol’s most popular fabrics and fits well with interior design, furniture and cushions. Its characteristic stripes in both wide, intermedior and slender stripes can sometimes be seen in television, and photo reportage with a interior design theme. Designer Lena Rahoult has for a long time gathered on striped patterns and studs from different parts of Sweden and her musty and easily refined stripes radiate warm ”allmoge” tradition. “Swedish traditional techniques and patterns are a never-ending source of inspiration for me. With my collection “Bolster” I wanted to renew the Swedish bolster tradition and create a fabric that works in all types of furnishings, she explains.