The Beauty of Norway
We love the world as much as we love giving you the most comfortable, well-designed and long-lasting furniture possible. That’s why we’ve taken every care to preserve the quality of life for generations ahead.
Harnessing the raw power of the Norwegian wilderness, all our Stressless® factories in Norway run on 100% hydropower. They’re also heated naturally, driven by burning excess European Beech wood from the manufacturing of Stressless® chair bases. Other excesses - like our leather offcuts - are collected and sold to manufacturers for repurposing into smaller goods.
Did you know orcas are one of the many animals seen around our factory waters in Sykkylven? A constant reminder for us to protect this inspiring environment around us. ⛰️
Just picture yourself here and breathe.... We celebrate and appreciate all the beauty and life this earth gives us. At Stressless®, we work hard to promote environmental sustainability by using clean energy, repurposing our materials, and preventing pollution from our manufacturing. Let's protect our earth, because we only get one. Happy Earth Day!
We are from a beautiful place surrounded by majestic mountains, deep fjords and waterfalls all reminding us to protect this inspiring environment around us.
Norway is popular for its beautiful fjords, which are deep, narrow inlets of sea that separate high cliffs. Enjoy this serene fjord against the kveldshimmel (evening sky).
Grodås is a small village in the southeast of Norway and best known for its wood and furniture production. It tops tourists' roadmaps due to its lush greenery, beautiful mountains, and stunning lakes.
The Sykkylven Bridge connects Sykkylven to the village of Ikornnes on the other side. The Sykkylvsfjorden and Trollkyrkjetindane mountains surround the bridge and are the largest mountains in the area.
As you travel along Geirangerfjord, one of Norway's most popular destinations, you can catch a glimpse of the Skageflå farm, one of a handful of historic farms on the mountainsides along the Geirangerfjorden.
If you hike up to a viewing point in Aursnes, you can just catch a marvelous view of the Sykkylven fjord.
Trolltunga, Norway. Trolltunga is a piece of rock that hangs out of the mountain about 2,000 feet up in the air. The Troll’s Tongue (translation in English) is available to hikers from mid-June to about mid-September.Fjord - Trolltunga, Norway.