Home from Hanna Andersson

by Maxwell Tielman


Founded in 1983, the women’s and children’s apparel company Hanna Andersson has made a name for itself by creating beautifully simple, sustainable fashions with a decidedly Scandinavian twist. Based in Portland, OR with strong roots in Sweden, the company is known for its colorful and bright aesthetic—a little piece of Northern Europe in the States. Today, the company is releasing Hanna Home, its first foray into home decor. With an emphasis on soft, heirloom-quality organic fibers, Hanna Home further explores the company’s Swedish roots with designs that pay homage to traditional Swedish textiles, patterns, and color ways (we’re especially smitten for the collection’s oh-so-colorful floral rya rugs). Although designed with little ones in mind, these designs seem perfect for cozying up any modern home. Check out more photos, plus head designer Lisa Strubel’s notes about the collection, after the jump! —Max


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