19 – 21 July 2019

Blå Hallen Höganäs

Recently re-named the Blue Hall Höganäs, this remarkable building is celebrating its centenary. Formerly a factory of fine ceramics, it has recently undergone major restoration and the building now consists of a unique and beautiful space for larger events, meetings and conferences.

The Good Life, 19-21 July 2019

This summer the long anticipated Interior Design Fair will finally open its doors at the Blue Hall Höganäs. Over three days visitors will be able to see the work of some of the leading creatives of Sweden, Denmark and the Scania region.

More than 50 exhibitors will be taking part within the fields of interior design, design, crafts, antiques, gardens, food and wine.

Guest exhibitor of the year is the internationally renowned floral artist Tage Andersen, with roots in Copenhagen but now residing at Gunillabergs Säteri, deep in the Swedish county of Småland. Among other guest exhibitors are Wanås sculpture garden, silversmith and jeweller Sebastian Schildt and interior stylist Marie Olsson Nylander.

Food will be available courtesy of Sikrot restaurant in Ängelholm, who will be serving typical Scania delicacies such as “Rårakor” (a form of potato fritters served with lingonberries) and wine from local vineyards. Outside the hall there will also be fully equipped food trucks offering further dining choices.

To buy tickets for this event, please visit ticketmaster.se or you can buy them at the entrance to the fair at Bruksgatan 46, Höganäs

We look forward to seeing you there!

Fair and restaurant opening hours

Friday 19 July

Saturday 20 July

Sunday 21 July

3pm – 9pm

11am – 8pm

11am – 5pm

Tickets – Advance or On-the-Door

General Admission, 120kr
Under 18s free
Buy your advance tickets here

Getting there

Parking is available but please take the bus to Höganäs if possible. The bus stop is a 5 minute walk from the fair.