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House of Gärsnäs

Let Gärsnäs welcome you home. At Skeppsbron 30 in Stockholm, we have created a home setting we like very much. In the 17th-century Brandenburgska Huset, we have furnished to the fullest an entire floor: living room, dining room, kitchen, home office, library and other cosy corners.

At a time when many more people are working from home, the home environment is undergoing an interesting evolution. Along with our designers, we wish to convey our vision and concepts about quality, homeliness, design and sustainability. Above all, there is that unique Gärsnäs feeling, where lightness and elegant woodwork come from a genuine foundation of environmental focus, select materials and sustainability at every stage.

Comfort is a virtue. Viva easy chair around a Tak dining table, diameter 150 cm. Design by David Regestam.

Comfortable and sustainable. Simple to reupholster. Viva easy chair, design by David Regestam.

We have been making furniture since 1893. Our factory is in the village of Gärsnäs in Österlen, Skåne.

We are certainly best known for furniture in public spaces, but have always longed to reach a wider audience and see our furniture in the home. ”We believe they will inspire, evoke emotion and provide pleasure.”, says Dag Klockby, CEO, Gärsnäs.

Bleck by TAF Studio. Elna table by Thomas Sandell, available in three sizes and with a hoop.

Bleck sofa and easy chair by TAF Studio, inspired by the reverse side of painting frames. Always lovely to sit in, they are now even more generous with greater depth and slightly lower legs.

Thrilling corner in the House of Gärsnäs. Elsa stool by Färg & Blanche, modular shelf Kuba by Åke Axelsson.

One of our loveliest classics, the Kvilt sofa by Nina Jobs. Also available as an easy chair.

In accordance with our vision, by 2030 we will be completely environment/climate neutral and circular.

Along with our designers, we wish to convey our vision and concepts about quality, homeliness, design and sustainability. The contemporary and the historical are both present in furniture such as Viva, Hedda, Tak, Emma, Madonna, Light & Easy, Wood, Bleck, Kvilt, Dandy and many more. Some are already classics in the public realm, now they are entering private rooms.

Mixing odd chairs, yet evenly matching. On the left Linnea, Åke Axelsson’s stackable update of Thonet’s classic café chair. Near the window, Wood and Light & Easy by Åke Axelsson. Furthest away, Petite, and closest to the camera, Hedda. Design by David Ericsson. Ateljé table by Matti Klenell.

The Emily easy chair by Färg & Blanche got longer legs, a foot ring too, and became a bar stool. Cheers to sitting at a bar for hours. Tak bar table by David Regestam.

Seating for gatherings and home comfort. Mix of furniture with that Gärsnäs feeling. Julius easy chair and sofa by Färg & Blanche, Elsa stool also by Färg & Blanche, occasional table Elna by Thomas Sandell.

Sitting pretty. Easy chair Emma by Färg & Blanche. Elna table by Thomas Sandell.

Home office. Here is the Madonna chair by David Ericsson and the Tak table by David Regestam. Home office. Here is the Madonna chair by David Ericsson and the Tak table by David Regestam.

In the luxury corner, Dandy sporting a foot stool. Design by Pierre Sindre. Occasional table, always necessary. Embla designed by Elsa Ericson Ekdahl and Anne Skoug Obel.