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Paper Marbling From Studio Formata

Posted on Jun 25, 2017 by

Clara Bergman is at present a student at Copenhagen’s Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Her birch veneer trays are each handmade and then completed with attractive patterns inspired partly by the traditional craft of paper marbling. From breakfast in bed to evening cocktails, it’s clear why there’s a carry on for such designs.

Autumn Stories breakfast tray, £22, Studio Formata

Designer Clara Bergman finds inspiration in exploring and creating unexpected meetings between colors, shapes and materials

Designer Clara Bergman finds inspiration in exploring and creating unexpected meetings between colors, shapes and materials
Image courtesy of Studio Formata

Lava blue rectangular cocktail tray, £22, Studio Formata

Inspired by the tradition of paper marbling, Studio Formata have designed a collection of decorative serving trays in birch veneer

Inspired by the tradition of paper marbling, Studio Formata have designed a collection of decorative serving trays crafted in birch veneer
Image courtesy of Studio Formata

Dash & Splash rectangular cocktail tray, £22, Studio Formata

Each variation is available in different sizes for different uses such as breakfast, cocktails, lunch and serving trays

Each variation is available in different sizes for different uses such as breakfast, cocktails, lunch and serving trays
Image courtesy of Studio Formata

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