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Tripp Trapp high chair, designed by Peter Opsvik for Stokke, surrounded by Wishbone chairs by Hans J WegnerOn the other hand, design expert Mats Linder – who is Swedish, but lives in Norway and has researched Norwegian design for over 20 years – points out that Norway has a long design history. Nonetheless, only a few Norwegian designs have become famous around the world. The most prominent is the Tripp Trapp high chair, designed by Peter Opsvik for Stokke, which has sold more than 11.5 million units since its launch in 1972.
Say it with seatingIf you want to add wood to an existing white kitchen, but don’t have the time or budget to change any of the main elements, use it on accessories and furniture instead. Although this bright white kitchen has a pale wooden floor, it’s the seating and accessories that really warms the space. Wooden chairs and a wall-hung knife rack add enough of a natural finish to make the contemporary space feel cosy and inviting.TELL USDo you like the clean, contemporary look of a white kitchen with a touch of wood for warmth? Share your thoughts in the Comments section