Good inspiration: Chaotic Love by Swedish Ninja

Design studio Swedish Ninja launched the new Chaotic Love collection, inspired by the city of Malmö, Sweden. Referencing the work of 1980s Italian design group Memphis, Chaotic Love is made with green marble bases, pink steel frames and glass globe diffusers.

The Little Darling table and floor lamps are both finished with perforated leather details. Including pink and yellow feet and a green marble top, the asymmetrical Rufus Walter sideboard comprises three MDF drawers and a cabinet finished in four graduated shades of green, with pink steel pull handle wrapped in leather. Tula Blomma is a small trolley cabinet with three open shelves and a cabinet with a gray door. Meanwhile, the steel-framed Boxing table is named after its spherical feet that resemble boxing gloves.

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