Working across a range of creative projects within fashion, lifestyle and interiors, DRY is a Stockholm-based studio who launched the brand DRY Things in 2015. Designing and developing a range of interior objects, furniture and graphic prints, their focus is on sustainable processes and creating pieces that tell a story. I've become a little obsessed with their latest offering, a Japanese inspired Space Divider, which I'll get to soon. First up, here's a peek at two more of their beautiful wood products, the Solid Square Log and Fishbone Table, which I spied in a home for sale on Fantastic Frank.
Inspired by the beautiful painted flooring in a friend's Parisian apartment, the DRY Fishbone Table is produced in Stockholm and comes in either a natural matte waxed finish or a darker tobacco colour. Creating a vibrant expression, the striking tiles are made one at a time, a process that showcases their naturally unique imperfections.
Images via Fantastic Frank
Collaborating with like-minded friends who share their philosophy around sustainable design and creating pieces that improve over time, DRY have recently joined forces with Danish brand FRAMA. With a shared approach to furniture and lighting design that fuses classical with contemporary, a focus on natural materials and an appreciation for permanency, this is a perfect partnership. The FRAMA installation is now showing at the DRY Showroom, and will continue until May 31st. The exhibition includes both brands latest pieces, including the incredible FRAMA kitchen below, together with pieces from their permanent collection.