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OYOY is a young Danish design company, newly established yet receiving more and more enthusiastic praise. OYOY's home decorating accessories follow Scandinavian tradition of simplicity, functionality and high quality, natural materials. Company's main designer, Lotte Fynboe draws inspiration not only from the classic, Scandinavian style but also from Japanese minimalism. “The simple things should have one colour stroke, which should be seen and give the product en edge. The things we surround us with should make us happy and give us energy.”

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