When electricity was first introduced, the entrepreneur and designer Ludvig Anderson established a business called Kasthall in the small town of Kinna in the west of Sweden.
It was the first industrial rug factory in the country. In a few years, the factory was manufacturing rugs and curtains. Word began to spread about the factory’s products: original rugs that were beautiful, durable and a pleasure to walk on. The quality of the rugs and the creative environment of the factory soon attracted the most prominent designers, such as Ingrid Dessau, Viola Gråsten and Astrid Sampe.
Today the Kasthall factory and headquarters are still located in exactly the same place – a symbol of their commitment to continuity and authenticity. Though deeply rooted in Swedish traditions, Kasthall is always proud to see their products appreciated well beyond our borders. They are now established in over forty countries around the world with a flagship store in Stockholm and showrooms in Milan and New York.