I’ve recently discovered a gorgeous online boutique based in Stockholm named Odem Atelier founded by designer and photographer Nikodem Calczynski. Odem Atelier presents objects that are one-of-a-kind, high quality and handmade.
“I set out to create a boundary-free space for artists to use the moment for expression, a place where mistakes are encouraged, almost like a sandbox for creators to play in. My belief is in letting talented individuals do what they do best, to curiously experiment and cultivate their art.
ODEM ATELIER celebrates the perfect imperfections and creates a living space for timeless decor. Kitchen, dining and home accessories merge to create an original modern niche fusing knowledge & quality with a genuine touch of authenticity. Items collected by ODEM ATELIER are all of the highest quality, deliberately handpicked and handmade. Representing a collective of international artists, these experimental individuals express their personal visions through creating collectable future classics. Take a walk through the minds of the designers and experience striking fossilised wood decor, timeless interior accessories and decorate your table using nothing but the finest ceramics.” – says Nikodem
Living in a world where mass production is somewhat unavoidable it is quite important to take on Odem Atelier’s beliefs of surrounding ourselves with unique objects. Practically we can all start with a few pieces that catch our eye or that are special to us.
Ceramics was my specialist subject at university so when I discover handmade pieces I can find them quite irresistible. This incredibly beautiful stoneware candle holder by Swedish artist Malwina Kleparska has definitely caught my eye. Malwina’s sculptural work is fascinating and playful. And now perfectly at home in my living room. oh I love it!
Discover more of the products and artists at www.odematelier.com
*disclosure, the candleholder was gifted to me by Odem Atelier. I absolutely love it and I will be shopping at Odematelier.com again very soon. All words and thoughts are my own (otherwise quoted from the site). Bottom two images are my own.