Christmas “Patterns “ Santa to the Rescue!

The winter edition of ‘Wzory’ (‘Patterns’) Design Fair – one of the largest interior design trade fairs, will be held this weekend in Warsaw (at the Dom Towarowy Bracia Jabłkowscy). It is an excellent chance to see a lot of inspiring and forward-looking Polish design: furniture, lamps, textiles, jewellery, and ceramics. The fair is also a great opportunity to discover new trends in interior design and find the perfect Christmas gift for your loved ones! This year, the organisers are not only offering the opportunity to buy exceptional products from over 180 exhibitors, but are also inviting you to a series of fantastic workshops. 

In the meantime, we invite you to browse our subjective selection of products you can find at the fair. 

mūdo ceramic 

mūdo ceramic is a small pottery studio run by Marta, from Łódź, who after many creative experiments found her way to the clay as her preferred material. Her ceramics are kept in minimalist aesthetics and natural colours.


Catchka are polymer plaster home accessories that surprise with their material. Created in a small studio in Warsaw, products such as candle holders, incense holders, trays and sculptures make ideal gifts for loved ones.

Małgorzata Bieroza

Małgorzata Bieroza is a digital artist from Warsaw who specialises in illustration. All of her work is composed of precise dots and lines, and she loves to maintain a consistent and unique style, making her posters a real treat for graphic design enthusiasts. 

Krasnoludy znad Wisły

Krasnoludy znad Wisły are unique toys for children and miniature, old-style wooden furniture that will last for many years and generations. All of them have been made with full care and accuracy by hand in a small studio in Wilków. 

WellDone Dobre Rzeczy

The WellDone Dobre Rzeczy brand was established in 2009 on the initiative of the Fundacja Rozwoju Przedsiębiorczości Społecznej „Być Razem”, which has been supporting people at risk of social exclusion since 2007. WellDone combines the creativity of young designers with the activity of people returning to the labour market. 

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