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Another of my favourite Scandinavian brands, Menu, has just released details of its autumn-winter collection, and I couldn’t resist sharing some of the images. Not only are they packed with wonderful new-season designs to lust after, they’re also styled beautifully. I love the palette of soft beiges, browns, greys and taupes, and the brass, marble and bronze accents. The overall look is elegant, understated and soothing – it’s the embodiment of soft minimalism and perfect for the cold months ahead.

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

Just-launched pieces include the ‘Androgyne’ side table, which was first created by Copenhagen-based Norwegian designer Danielle Siggerud for the Menu Space café and which is now being put into general production. Available in black and ivory, it features a sleek marble top on laser-cut steel legs and has a wonderful sense of balance and proportion. Also making its retail debut is the oak and leather ‘Knitting’ chair, which was announced in May. First designed as a limited-edition piece by Ib Kofod-Larsen all the way back in 1951, it’s being relaunched by Menu and marks the brand’s first foray into classic furniture.

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

And speaking of seating, Swedish studio Afteroom’s eponymous chair has now been joined by the brand-new ‘Afteroom’ stool. Available in three heights, all with or without an upholstered seat, it has the same stripped-back aesthetic as the chair and represents the perfect balance between form and function.

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

I’m very excited about updates to a few existing Menu designs, too. There’s a new brown-grey colourway for Norm Architects’ minimalist ‘Plinth’ tables, which pay tribute to the beauty of marble, plus a wall-mounted version of Studiopepe’s’ ‘Pepe’ marble mirror. Note Design Studio’s wall-mounted ‘POV’ tealight and candle holders are also now available in oval options.

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

Moving onto lighting, Norm Architects’ portable ‘Carrie’ LED lamp has been launched in a new brass finish, and the ever-popular ‘JWDA’ lamp now comes in bronze. What’s more, London-based designer Tim Rundle’s ‘TR Bulb’ series has been expanded with shiny opal glass, providing a slightly more classical alternative to the original matte finish.

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

My favourite pieces, though, are the additions to Theresa Arns’ ‘Échasse’ range, which consists of delicate glass forms perched on slender, stilt-like legs. Joining the original smoked-glass and brass vases is a new version made from clear glass and bronzed brass – a beautifully elegant pairing that works with a much wider range of colour schemes – as well as fruit bowls in two different sizes. All are now at the top of my ever-expanding home-decor wish list!

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

The autumn-winter 2018 collection from Menu | These Four Walls blog

How about you? Which pieces caught your eye?

Click here to browse the full Menu collection. 

All photography via Menu

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