Each piece is handcrafted and also interchangeable, meaning the customer can remove or reverse the cabinet doors, drawers and shelving.
Sweden seems to treat great design as a national heritage, and well it should. The country is the birthplace, if not the birthright, of a myriad of design firms and furniture companies (and no, not all of them are related to Ikea).
Zweed furniture is one such example. Focusing on cabinetry and the input of each client, this one-year-old company is fast becoming a coveted brand.
Each piece is handcrafted and also interchangeable, meaning the customer can remove or reverse the cabinet doors, drawers and shelving. In addition, the customer chooses the size of each piece along with its color, number of shelves, cabinetry and so on.
While the design is purely contemporary, the craftsmanship is a throwback to craftsmanship of another era.
All of Zweed’s furniture is produced close to founder Hakan Johansson’s base, but the company now takes international orders. With patience, negotiation and a clear budget, Zweed will produce beautiful, bespoke pieces with your own interests in mind.