Bunad Blankets are a series of colourful blankets based on motifs from ten different regions in Norway: Setesdal, Nordland, Fusa, Bringeklut, Sunnmøre, Beltestakk, Vest-Agder, Gol, Oslo and Bergen. 'Bunader' are traditional costumes with roots in rural clothes from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The designer, Andreas Engesvik, works with Norwegian manufacturer Fram Oslo to make products in the Bunad range.

The quality of the blankets has the right balance between weight and function (not too thick) and it drapes nicely. It is meant as an all-year blanket, to be used both at home and in the summer/winter cabin.

Fram Oslo is a Scandinavian furniture and interior design company with a Norwegian signature. Fram Oslo seeks to offer modern and sustainable quality products, that will last for generations.

Andreas Engesvik on the design: "All the colours are exactly the same as on the bunads; we did a lot of fine tuning of course, and we had to choose eight colours for every blanket, as this is the limit for the Jacquard machine" - which is used to create this unique pattern and texture.

You can mix or match the Bunad blankets to the Bunad Cushions.

Bunad Blanket
by Fram Oslo

Beltestakk
Bergen
Bringeklut
Fusa
Gol
Norland
Oslo
Setesdal
Sunnmore
Trøndelag
Vest-Agder 1810
£240.00
We currently have 1 in stock.

Bunad Blankets are a series of colourful blankets based on motifs from ten different regions in Norway: Setesdal, Nordland, Fusa, Bringeklut, Sunnmøre, Beltestakk, Vest-Agder, Gol, Oslo and Bergen. 'Bunader' are traditional costumes with roots in rural clothes from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The designer, Andreas Engesvik, works with Norwegian manufacturer Fram Oslo to make products in the Bunad range.

The quality of the blankets has the right balance between weight and function (not too thick) and it drapes nicely. It is meant as an all-year blanket, to be used both at home and in the summer/winter cabin.

Fram Oslo is a Scandinavian furniture...

Bunad Blankets are a series of colourful blankets based on motifs from ten different regions in Norway: Setesdal, Nordland, Fusa, Bringeklut, Sunnmøre, Beltestakk, Vest-Agder, Gol, Oslo and Bergen. 'Bunader' are traditional costumes with roots in rural clothes from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The designer, Andreas Engesvik, works with Norwegian manufacturer Fram Oslo to make products in the Bunad range.

The quality of the blankets has the right balance between weight and function (not too thick) and it drapes nicely. It is meant as an all-year blanket, to be used both at home and in the summer/winter cabin.

Fram Oslo is a Scandinavian furniture and interior design company with a Norwegian signature. Fram Oslo seeks to offer modern and sustainable quality products, that will last for generations.

Andreas Engesvik on the design: "All the colours are exactly the same as on the bunads; we did a lot of fine tuning of course, and we had to choose eight colours for every blanket, as this is the limit for the Jacquard machine" - which is used to create this unique pattern and texture.

You can mix or match the Bunad blankets to the Bunad Cushions.

‘Made to Order’ products are ordered in from the manufacturer on the customers request and are considered a bespoke product - special terms and conditions apply. Production (lead) times stated above are an estimate only and do not include transit times from the supplier, or the time taken to deliver to you.

In stock items are available for immediate dispatch from our London-based warehouse. The daily cut-off time is 12:00 am for same day shipping, orders placed in the afternoon will be shipped the following day. Please refer to inventory levels above for live stock availability.

130 x 200 cm (without fringes)

Extremely Delicate
Special care should be taken to avoid contact with any objects that may cause snagging to the product, such as rings, bracelets, buckles etc.
If a thread from the blanket becomes loose, either pull the thread out or carefully cut it off. The woven blanket will not unravel from this.

Dry Clean Only
100% Pure New Wool
Available in 11 different colours:
Fusa - Orange, Red & Green
Norland - Blue, Orange & Yellow
Sunnmøre - Brown, White & Green
Setesdal - Black, Red, White & Green
Bringeklut - Black, Pink & Red
Vest-Agder 1810 - Pastel Blue, Pastel Pink & Pastel Green
Beltestakk - Black, Pastel Yellow & Purple
Gol - Green, Yellow, White
Oslo - Light Blue, Cream, Mustard, Pastel Red
Bergen - Cream, Light Blue, Pink, Green, Light Green, Red, Mustard
Trøndelag - Cream, Red, Dark Green, Moss Green
Andreas Engesvik

This product is designed by
Andreas Engesvik

Andreas Engesvik is one of Norways most prominent designers and a leading contributor to the reemergence of notable Scandinavian product and furniture design since the turn of the 21st century.  He graduated from University in 2000 and the same year established design practice ‘Norway Says’ with two of his contemporaries. Many of the products and furniture from the studio have become contemporary classics produced at a time when the Scandinavian design scene in general, and the Norweigan design scene in particular, was mostly appreciated for the furniture icons of its rich past.

Today Andreas runs his own studio and works in a variety of design fields ranging from furniture and tableware to industrial design....

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