07 January 2013
The 2013 collection from Kasthall is distinguished by a creative and inspiring blend of colours, texture and patterns.
We go to great lengths to enable each and every one of our customers to express themselves. We believe that our new range of twisted Tweed and vibrant potpourri, shimmering Velvet and baroque medallion patterns offers something for almost every taste and style.
The key feature for 2013 is luxurious materials. For us, this means combining the best nature has to offer with our sophisticated designs. Mohair and worsted wool, for example, are combined with our classic natural materials in the finest wool and linen to create velvety surfaces which will retain their beauty for years to come.
Since our homage to the pioneering ’70s has proved extremely popular, we are continuing the re-launch of the long-pile rya rug. Kasthall’s much-loved and iconic original, Moss, is now available in a new and wonderful range of colours. We have also introduced its irrepressible checkered cousin, Moss Potpurri. Medallion patterns are hot again, now in the form of the new, elegant Classic Damask design.
Our latest news
Kasthall engages architect Ola Rune as their Creative Design Adviser
Kasthall, the global design brand, hires a creative design advisor as the next step in its continued development and internationalisation. The choice of creative design advisor fell to famed architect, Ola Rune. He will advise Kasthall’s design team and guide new collection launches, maintaining the brand’s tradition of on-trend design collaboration.
Archipelago takes inspiration from the Swedish seasons and nature
From cool early spring to golden autumn, Gunilla Lagerhem has captured the archipelago’s ever changing landscape in Kasthall’s new design Archipelago 2016. Based on Gunilla’s characteristic design process, where beautiful sketches in water colour are the starting point, Kasthall now presents Archipelago March and Archipelago November—hand-tufted carpets made with the finest wool and linen with shimmering lurex details.
Multiple award-winner and acclaimed Head Designer Gunilla Lagerhem Ullberg has died, leaving a huge void
It is with great sadness that Kasthall announce the death of chief designer Gunilla Lagerhem Ullberg following a prolonged battle against cancer. During her 28 active years in the company, Gunilla made a significant design statement both in Sweden and internationally. Despite her severe illness Gunilla worked with Kasthall's design and figuration to the very end.