Swedish Gustavian Design - A closer look

It's no secret that we are passionate about Swedish Gustavian Design. Though personal taste is what originally drew Margaret in, Gustavian naturally has such a universal appeal, which is why one sees it used by so many designers and in many different styles of homes and spaces. The classic Gustavian shapes and colors are almost chameleons in how easily they can be incorporated in both traditional and modern settings. The late 18th Century Swedish Secretary Cabinet featured above is the perfect example of a piece, with both form and function, that will make a statement in any space.

Pair of Gustavian Chest of Drawers

An early 20th century pair of Swedish Gustavian style chests of drawers. Finished in a beautiful Swedish grey.

Antique Swedish Swivel Chair

Antique Swedish swivel chair circa 1830 with historic white paint. An important and very unusual piece.

Swedish Console Table with Marble Top

Stunning Gustavian style console table dating to the early 19th century Empire period. An eye-catching console for the entryway, living room or dining room for the new traditional home.

Live at 5 Guests

Please join us this Thursday 1/14 at 5pm for our conversation with Edie Van Breems and Rhonda Eleish of Eleish Van Breems Home.

Rhonda Eleish and Edie Van Breems have been mavens of Scandinavian design for more than two decades. Best friends since fifth grade, the two founded their eponymous Scandinavian brand in 1997 with a focus on antiques which has since expanded to include an interior design firm and home store. All along their mantra has been and continues to be, “bring good design to everyone.”