Stelton: the history and the future

Synonymous with timeless Scandinavian beauty and functional design, the Stelton brand continues to inspire more than 50 years on.

When Niels Stellan Høm and Carton Madelaire merged their names – Stellan and Carton – little did they know that Stelton would remain a name and brand associated with consumers actively seeking good design to enrich their lifestyle.

Cementing their fame in 1967 with Arne Jacobsens’ Cylinda-Line tea and coffee service range, their success carried on with classic kerosene lamps, watering cans, and an oil lamp.

Today, with a number of young designers sharing their vision within the Stelton brand, the practice meets current consumer needs with new lines that appeal to a broader range of customers.

EMM Vacuum Steel Jug: One of Stelton’s best selling designs, the jug features a unique rocker stopper created by Erik Magnussen and a screw cap for transportation of liquids.

Emma Serving Tray: Complementing the entire Emma collection of serving items, this tray exudes minimalist appeal. The white laminate with a bamboo frame creates a simple, clean look and organic shape.

Tangle Vase: The popular vase designed by Halskov & Dalsgaard is now available in a larger version at 35cm high and 19cm wide. Decorative copper bands wrap around the glass in an unpredictable and stylish pattern, adding an element of luxury to any room.