As a natural continuation of the Boomerang Effect, Boomerang Home, a concept where recycled clothes and fabric leftovers are used to create beautiful furniture and household items, was launched in 2009. These products are as ideally suited to the city as they are for the country cottage or a visit to the archipelago. They have been produced with great consideration to the environment, both when it comes to choice of materials and packaging.
In future Boomerang intends to collaborate with designers who can interpret and channel our design philosophy into their own personal collections, all of them based on recycled material.
The first project was in collaboration with Jens Fager who, since graduating from the Swedish University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in 2008, has achieved great international success. His acclaimed work includes the RAW furniture collection, today part of Röhsska muséet’s and the Stedjelijk Museum in Amsterdam’s permanent collections, the interior design of Handelsbanken's Private Banking office in Stockholm, a collaboration with Absolut and a range of lamps for Zero. Jens’ strives for honesty in his relationship to materials and his passion for the functionality of objects made him a partner for Boomerang’s first Home Collection.