scholten + baijings: minimal for HAY
scholten + baijings: minimal for HAY scholten + baijings: minimal for HAY
jan 27, 2011

scholten + baijings: minimal for HAY

scholten + baijings: minimal for HAY


dutch design team scholten + baijings have collaborated with danish manufacturer hay to produce a line of geometric textiles for the home. the collection, which is composed of carpets, bed linens and tea towels was revealed at maison et objet 2011.


the tufted and hand stitched carpets, woven tea towels and silk screened bed linens personify the bold identity the award winning studio is known for. highly defined and graphically executed patterns span from soft pastels to bright fluorescent hues to produce a diverse range of products. viewed merely as a work in progress, additional colors and patterns are set to join the series throughout the next year.


















rug and bed linens on display at maison et objet 2011 image © designboom


bed linen collection image © designboom



image © designboom



exterior of hay booth at maison et objet 2011 image © designboom



interior of hay booth at maison et objet 2011 image © designboom

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