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Skandium, London's one-stop Scandinavian shop has launched its own branded goods range called Studio Skandium, an exciting collaboration between the store and several designers. Grace Two (pictured) is by Eva Schildt and available in walnut for £1,905 or oak for £1,745. The range also includes textiles and ceramics (
Swedish interior designer Staffan Tollgard has just opened his first London shop, bringing us his east-meets-Nordic style. He is also launching the Belle lamp that hangs from a metal rope (pictured) available in matt black/bronze or white/silver from £1,040. Grosvenor Waterside, Gatliff Road, SW1 (
He's only 24, but silversmith Shaun Grace has already had three pieces exhibited at the V&A and he's won a stack of awards, including the Goldsmiths' Company's Young Designer Silversmith Award 2011. His elegant pouring jug (pictured) - "inspired by modern architecture", can be yours for £2,600. (
Fancy sleeping with Jean Cocteau? Now you can with the launch of a collection of bed linen, ceramics, cushions (pictured), rugs and lamp shades imprinted with the artist/ poet's whimsical designs. Produced by Roche-Bobois to mark the 50th anniversary of his death, they can be seen at its new shop, which opens on Friday at 286 Fulham Road, SW10 (
Watch product designer Lee Broom at work when you visit Electra, his new Shoreditch showroom, which connects to his studio through an archway. It's Broom's first standalone shop and will sell all his trademark quirky lighting and furniture, including this fulcrum candlestick (from £275, pictured), made from solid optical crystal. Find him at 93-95 Rivington Street, EC2 (

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