Fresh bathrooms


I honestly don’t know why I am so focused on the bathroom these days, but it’s probably because I was invited for a Ifö event on Friday. Ifö most of you Scandinavians probably know, as there toilets are pretty much in every bathroom in Denmark, Sweden & Norway. They have produced porcelain toilets for more than 80 years.



Ifö just launched a new toilet range, yeah I know, not the sexiest thing in the world, but extremely necessary. The new collection is designed by one of Denmark’s grand old architects, Knud Holscher, a very versatile architects and designer. Everything from cutlery and thermos to toilets and bus stops he has designed.



I think its super interesting how different toilets around the world look, in the UK they tend to fill up the toilet with a lot of water, which I find super weird, in Southern Europe you typically have these toilets where you almost get your doings displayed on a little shelf before flushing. I’ll stop now, sorry. Instead I will leave you with these amazing new photos of Ifö’s new collection.


Photos by Petra Bindel, Styling by Lotta Agaton.

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  • Reply
    March 7, 2016 at 09:25

    Wonderful bathroom style with the wooden walls and floors!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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    March 7, 2016 at 13:14

    Such a wonderful style, and cool that it’s by a dane this time around 🙂

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    The home of Knud Holscher – Bungalow5
    March 15, 2016 at 09:50

    […] Knud Holscher is one of those industrial designers and architects whose designs we surround ourselves with everyday without even knowing it. And it is really not that strange, because you wont find much about him in any of the mayor Danish design books, he is sort of under the radar. Despite, Knud is probably one of the most productive industrial designers we have in Denmark, you cannot walk more than 200 meters in Copenhagen without being a few feet within one of his designs, everything from the bus stops, garbage cans, the pictoform (guidance for the blind build into the ground), the Metro totem sign post and even the parts of the Copenhagen Airport. For the past 20 years he has also designed toilets for Ifö. […]

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