The other half of the store is Design Malin, a contemporary Scandinavian interior design store, which is already well known in the city and has existed for 6 years in a different space around the corner.
The owner, Malin Miller, opted to share the shop floor with Koza after her lease of the previous shop ran out.
Malin, originally from Sweden, is an interior designer with a passion for all things Scandi and her half of the shops speaks of hygge, cosy living and trendy, simplistic Nordic style. She adds to that her own eclectic touch and in-between the classic Nordic lines, you’ll find individual influences such as a table made from Indonesian petrified wood or a range of dramatic wallpaper from South Africa.
Her handpicked selection of objects for your home and decorations represent stylish Nordic brands including Asplund, Muuto, Northernlighting, Swedese, Hay, String, Mimou.
She specialises in fabrics and the current trend of bold wallpaper designs, as well as colourful curtains, rugs and cushions to enhance your living space.
THE COMFIEST SLIPPERS
We LOVED the tree-trunk-shaped bowls with bright ceramic interiors and the comfiest Scandi slippers, as well as a selection of stunning ceramic plates and serving bowls in pastel hues – unlike anything you’ll find on the high street. Mirrors, small tables, shelving and wall art, including a funky red modern cuckoo clock and tattoo-inspired laser-cut wooden art also form part of her selection.
We also liked the handmade paper bags in metallic colours and canvas recycling bags in earthy tones.
Malin offers an interior decorating service – tailored to your needs.