Moa Jantze Chairs - Folkloric Charm!

Let's take a pause from the Dutch life...

Sorry, I can't focus on one thing too long today, perhaps I have a dose of ADD or I'm just over stimulated (and tired!) from my trip to Hamburg, but I have to show you these great chairs from Swedish designer, . She designed them as part of the Rotter collection (Rotter meaning 'roots' in Swedish). And together with Hanna Brog?rd and Johanna Asshoff, this awesome threesome form Jantze Brog?rd Asshoff in H?gersten, Sweden. Rotter was presented at the earlier this year (February) and included the chairs of as well as other furnishings from both Brog?rd and Asshoff inspired by their heritage, tradition, nostalgia, memories, family and friends.

These folksy finds send tingles up my spine, I want to own the white chair with the black embroidered seat - I would like this in my entryway.

I love the vibrant, yet understated, patterns on Moa's chairs. There's something very comfortable and sweet about them, and the pattern adds just the perfect touch of warmth to the home without being too over-the-top girly. I can see Victoria from really loving the white chair above. Or maybe the DIY queen, ? Perhaps would be into it, too? [Please peek at Joy's new , she has an ! Go Joy!] What about you, do you or don't you Moa?

Moa Jantze via: The lovely Ana at .

(images from moa jantze)