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Minus tio

Minus tio

With their functional furniture and storage options, Minus tio is the first choice for designers and architects around the world. All products are made in Sweden.
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  • Twenty four hours wall clock
    white Sale £86
    (Reg. £172)
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  • Manage Monday coat rack
    black Sale £106
    (Reg. £117)
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    white Sale £85
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  • City Sunday magazine holder
    white Sale £106
    (Reg. £117)
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  • In the neighbourhood newspaper s...
    white Sale £77
    (Reg. £86)
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  • Twenty four hours wall clock
    black Sale £86
    (Reg. £172)
    In stock
  • Manage Monday coat rack
    wine red Sale £106
    (Reg. £117)
    In stock
  • Little Saturday magazine rack 2-...
    wine red Sale £85
    (Reg. £95)
    In stock
  • City Sunday magazine holder
    wine red Sale £106
    (Reg. £117)
    In stock
  • In the neighbourhood newspaper s...
    black Sale £77
    (Reg. £86)
    In stock
  • Manage Monday coat rack
    white Sale £106
    (Reg. £117)
  • City Sunday magazine holder
    black Sale £106
    (Reg. £117)
  • Little Saturday magazine rack 2-...
    black Sale £85
    (Reg. £95)
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Minus tio
Minus tio produces functional furniture and storage solutions with a timeless Scandinavian feel. The assortment includes everything from classic steel to innovative clothes hangers.

The Swedish brand Minus tio was founded in 2008 by Ingrid and Olle Wingård. The name Minus tio come about on a winter day in New York when the city was covered in snow. Ingrid asked how cold it was and Olle answered, ‘minus tio’ (minus ten.) Later that same day, the couple began to work on their own collection, and several months later it was launched under the name Minus tio. Today, Minus tio is a well-known brand and the obvious choice for designers and architects all over the world.

The products are often made in durable and strong material such as wood, steel and leather. In order to reduce the transportation and preserve the historic tradition of manufacturing furniture, all products are produced by skilled craftsmen in Sweden.