Mjölk has curated a collection of some of the best Scandinavian and Japanese furniture manufacturers. Please visit the manufacturer's website to view their entire catalog, and see additional photos, finishes, and measurements.
If you are interested in any of the products or have any questions, please contact us.
Fredericia has been producing some of Denmark's best furniture for over 100 years. The collection includes timeless designs from Børge Mogensen and Hans Wegner, to future classics and cutting edge modern designs from Shin Azumi and FurnID.
Please visit: Fredericia Furniture
Artek - Art and Technology since 1935.
Artek's core product line is focused around furniture and lighting designs by Alvar Aalto, one of the most influential architects in history. Along with these classic pieces, Artek has also produced ground breaking works by Shigeru Ban, Naoto Fukasawa, and Harri Koskinen.
Please visit: Artek
The Hiroshima collection by Naoto Fukasawa is one of the most important contributions to contemporary modern design. The Hiroshima line is made by Maruni, a company that has been manufacturing furniture since the 1920s.
Please visit: Maruni
Asplund boasts a collection of units by some of the greatest Swedish architects and designers working today. Their selection of cabinetry solves one of the most overlooked problems in the home - storage. Although Asplund probably has a cabinet to solve any household storage problems, there is much more to the collection than just cabinetry.
Asplund's new collection has some of the most exciting home furniture coming from Scandinavia, including "Tati" coffee tables by Mats Broberg and Johan Ridderstråle, a future classic.
Please visit: Asplund
In 2001, Paal Lunder founded Norwegian furniture maker Fjord Fiesta, a small furniture firm located in the small town of Molde, Norway. The orginal goal of Fjord Fiesta was to bring back Hans Brattrud's classic, the "Scandia chair". A symbol of Norway's contribution to Scandianvian design in the 1950s. The chair was produced until the 1970's when the factory burned down and production ceased.
Fjord Fiesta worked closely with Hans Brattrud to re-create the chair back to the original specifications, and now that chair and the rest of the collection is available at Mjolk.
Please visit Fjord Fiesta