Crate & Barrel’s New Launch Is a One-Stop Shop for Cool Scandi Style
Made for small spaces.
Updated Oct 11, 2018 6:18 PM
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Candy-hued cushions. Funky sculptural vases. Cane furniture aplenty. No, these aren’t the latest offerings from Copenhagen’s coolest boutique—they’re part of the product range for Trove, a just-launched collection from Crate & Barrel. Inspired by the Danish capital’s signature colorful style, the line is full of bold silhouettes and punchy hues.
The label will be updated every spring and fall, with Crate & Barrel pulling inspiration from a different global city for each line. Between the modular furniture and tiny decorative touches built to brighten up any apartment nook, Trove is perfect for small-space dwellers looking to zhuzh up their home. We’re currently eyeing these six pieces for a Scandi-approved refresh.
The Geometric Vases
It’s your mantel’s lucky day: Any of these earthenware vessels would make an eye-catching centerpiece. Fill yours with a couple sprigs of dried flowers to really bring home a bit of European charm.
The Striped Pillows
For a punchy update to your sofa, pick up one of these cotton cushions. Whether you have a simple white couch or are in it for the pattern play, there’s no wrong way to style these vibrant accents.
The Ribbed Bar Cabinet
Upgrade your at-home Negronis with this fluted design. It comes with a built-in stemware rack, but you can also use it as all-purpose extra kitchen storage: Keep olive oil bottles in the doors, and use the shelves to stack dinnerware.
The Pastel Cutlery
A cheese knife set seems like one of those frivolous purchases until you have one and wonder how you ever plated a charcuterie board without it.
The Neon Napkins
Artfully stitched with contrasting trim, these mini textiles are all you need to dress up takeout from your favorite restaurant.
The Speckled Candle
Arrange a few of these glass tea-light holders in the center of your dining table to make any meal feel more special. The reflected kaleidoscope of colors is guaranteed to do the trick.
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