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New brand in store, new products for Spring-Summer 2019 | FRAM Oslo


To complete our voyage through craftsmanship and design, we decided to introduce Norwegian savoir-faire, beautiful products made with passion in full harmony with their natural environment.
Monolocale has French and Italian roots, but lives and breathes in Norway.
If you know Norway, then you also understand that you must like its nature, long walks in the woods, swimming in ice cold water, skiing in the winter and being at your most social in the long summer nights. 
This is why, after meeting the makers of FRAM Oslo, charmed by their story and products, we decided to take in their collections, starting with the Norwegian Forest Tea Towels and the Bunad Blankets. 
Each article is produced in the traditional weaving atelier of Grinakervev, located in the beautiful Hadeland region of Norway.
The Tea Towels  are a pure combination of cotton and linen and come in 4 colors following the 4 seasons - blue for winter, green for spring, yellow for summer, red for fall - with 2 different weaved patterns representative of the local woods - pine bark and pine needles. 
Oslo Bunad Blanket - FRAM Oslo - Bunadspledd - Lys blå teppe - Monolocale - Norsk design
The Bunad Blankets - 100% new wool - are inspired by Norwegian traditional folk costumes (bunad), with colors specific to each county and region in Norway.
The Oslo Bunad Blanket is inspired by the Oslo Bunad from Norway´s capital, the Nordland Bunad Blanket is designed based on the Nordland Bunad, representing the three northern regions of Norway.

Colorful, playful and filled with history, the FRAM products fit perfectly all homes!

Monolocale is an Asker-based online store promoting  design and craftsmanship from Europe, Sweden and Norway following traditional production methods.
Deliveries are conducted in Norway only.
Orders are fullfilled and shipped within one working day.
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