Scandi Homeware Finds, Att Pynta
I first stumbled upon Att Pynta at Broadway Market in London last November, when their stall was located in the school courtyard. You see that’s also where The Frenchie generally sets up shop so it tends to be my first point of call. What can I say? Duck confit, blue cheese, and truffle-flavoured chips… I am only human.
On that day I entered the courtyard with purpose, trying to eloquently depict the savoury feast we were about to tuck in to the friend who was accompanying me, but my eye caught a copper reflection on the right and I was pretty much doomed. I had only brought £30 with me on the day and it took the best part of twenty minutes to decide which of the gorgeous things Att Pynta had on display to bring home.
I fell for a a darling ceramic vase and a vintage-looking glass and metal square box to place my succulents in, but trust me when I say it was no mean feat because I loved everything on their stall. Since then, I must have visited their e-shop about once a month and there is so much of their current collection on my wishlist at the moment that I thought I just had to share! I think you will love them too.
On their site you can find scandi-inspired homewares, kitchenware, textile and lighting that are gorgeous but affordable, with prices ranging from £2 to £85. Att Pynta’s founders Kai Price and Amanda Nelson clearly have an eye for lovable contemporary pieces and their label is a pretty perfect marriage between a Swede and a Brit who are both passionate about the Scandinavian aesthetic.
As usual I made moodboards of my current favourites below, do let me know if anything catches your eye!
My Favourite Picks
Att Pynta | @attpynta on social media
At Broadway Market every Sat. 9am to 5pm
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