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String Furniture. Scandinavian design for your home.
Encouraging creativity since 1949

We create and produce high-quality furniture with a Scandinavian design. The timeless expression of our design is equally important to us as the functionality. You might have heard of the iconic String® shelf? A flexible shelving system designed by the Swedish architect Nisse Strinning together with his wife Kajsa Strinning, back in 1949. Or about the Museum™ shelf? Designed by architect studio TAF in collaboration with the Swedish National Museum. Or did you know about our Works™ ..by String Furniture assortment? Designed and developed by architect Anna von Schewen and industrial designer Björn Dahlström. We dare to say it is impossible to find equally beautiful yet functional work desks out there.


Welcome! Please come inside and let us show you around our house!

We live in a modern yet timeless house. Our focus when furnishing is high-quality and creativity coloured by our Scandinavian heritage. We give you: the rooms of 2020 ..by String Furniture

String® System

A flexible shelving system. Let your creativity flow and build your own unique shelf. There are thousands of combinations still to be discovered.


String® Pocket

One package – one complete shelf. With a range of different colours and materials only your creativity sets the boundaries. Why not merge two or three shelves into one?


Home office or office office? Either way, we got you covered with high-quality, modern and flexible sit-stand tables and a lot more for the office.



Born out of an artistic collaboration, this modern collection shows you the perfect merge of timeless Scandinavian design and creativity.

String Furniture - the full story

Pioneering, (too?) modern and unique when first launched in 1949. How did the String® shelf manage to go from a modern novelty to a timeless design icon? And how did Museum™ and Works™ come about?