• Ferm Living Ash and Cotton pinboard

Large Scenery Pin-board - Ferm Living

  • £299.00

A pinboard is a stylish way to organise your thoughts as well as the things that inspire you. The Ferm Living pinboard is made from ash wood that has been stained black, and the cork base has been covered with beige fabric. These two materials combined create a raw and natural look, which will fit in nicely in a modern home. The frame can be mounted on the wall or you can simply let it lean up against the wall for a more casual look.


  • Size:                     Height:100 cm x width: 75 cm x depth : 3,5 cm
  • Colour:                 Frame black, the cover beige
  • Material:               Stained ash & cotton linen
  • Care:                     Wipe with damp cloth


Related Products
Tags: pinboard

Latest Articles - All Design News

Storage The Scandinavian Way
In order to obtain the unfussy Scandinavian look, it's all about displaying the attractive and hide the rest from view. This hands up is pretty much the story in my “Danish” London hom..
Contemporary  Houseplants,  Plant Pots and Planters
It would be impossible not to have noticed in the last few years revival of the houseplant. For me, as a young girl growing up in Denmark it would have been inconceivable to think that green..
Scandinavian designers at Skandivis Arne Jacobsen Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971), Danish architect and designer. Educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schoo..
Ferm Living Hexagon Pot
I found a beautiful new home for our succulent in the Ferm Living Hexagon pot. The light grey hexagon pot can also be used for storage or for decorations. Love the Scandi colour contrast between the p..
Anne Black Copenhagen Designs
Anne Black is a Copenhagen based ceramicist. Her excitement of working hands-on with the clay was initially inspired by studying ancient Chinese porcelain in school. After graduating from the des..
Johanna Lehtinen Photo Posters
Stunningly beautiful art photography posters by Finnish artist Johanna Lehtinen are now on available at Skandivis. The art photo prints are visual tales from the artist's beloved island at or..