New arrivals at Beslag Design
Details that matter
At beslagdesign.com you will find handles, fittings, accessories, legs, and lighting for all rooms. For home, store, office, restaurant, and hotel. Details that lift the interior and complete the big picture. Small details make a big difference.
For every home and all rooms
Finally the fairs open up again and we can meet! Take the opportunity and get to know us at one of our planned fairs in 2022. See our new models of knobs, handles and door handles as well as the latest in LED lighting. We look forward to a visit from you who share our passion for interior design trends and design. Plan your visit today.
Beslag Design's office and warehouse, signed by architect Kay Linghoff, stood as an inspiring example during the Business Gala in Båstad and wins the architecture award. Urban and well-designed premises are highlighted as success factors for the successful construction.
Summer vacation are just around the corner and why not decorate for a summer at home? Or plan for upcoming projects in the autumn? With small and simple means, you can make a total makeover, without it costing you a fortune. Because as true as it is said, it is in the details. Beslag Design have the details that make the whole. Recently, we have launched several exciting news that are suitable for both home, shop, office, restaurant and hotel.
Sometimes it itches in our fingers to tear out everything from floor to ceiling and completely renovate to create a whole and style that you often dream of. In some cases it may be the wallet that puts a stop to it, while in other cases it may be that time is not enough. In the name of honesty, it is also not very sustainable - unless it is absolutely necessary, that is. The solution to putting a unique stamp on your home or project is closer than that.
Our new lighting catalog has been launched, filled with several exciting lighting solutions. Among the news, we find a new LED-spot with several smart functions, two LED-luminaires, a new dimmer and a small and easy-to-mount drawer lighting.
What is retro? Retro is French rétro, from rétrospectif, looking back, ultimately from Latin, and aims to be inspired by or interested in the trends, fashions or technology of a previous era. Swedish kitchens from the 30s to the 60s have actually looked quite similar. Pastel colors, smooth doors, visible hinges, snap handles, the row of glass switches for spices under the kitchen cabinets and shack checkered floor. Leaning cupboards in wood and smooth sliding doors with snap handles.