Get your house in order

Get your house in order2010


The paper shredder ensures that important information doesn’t end up in the wrong hands. There are six different security classes to shredding, depending on the width and length of the shreds. (From catalogue 2013.)

Get your house in order1990

Lint remover

Keep your clothes looking smart and increase their lifespan with a battery-powered lint remover. (From the catalogue 1990.)

Get your house in order1950


The plunger, a plumbing classic. Looks the same today as when it first came, around 70 years ago. Talk about timeless design. (From catalogue 1951.)

Get your house in order1960

Paper clip

The paper clip got its current design more than a hundred years ago. (From the catalogue 1967.)

Get your house in order2000

Smoke alarm

Today regulation mandates smoke alarms in all new buildings. There should be at least one per floor and one in each room where people sleep and they should be checked every month. (From the catalogue 2001.)

Get your house in order1950

Dish-washing brush

Dish-washing brushes of yore were often made in wood and were a foci for dirt and diseases. The plastic variants made dish-washing more hygienic. (From catalogue 1951.)

Get your house in order1960


It all started with surgical tape in the 1800s and then spread to many other areas of use. Silver tape, duct tape, double-adhesive tape…. Today it’s hard to picture a world without tape.

Get your house in order1950

Ash tray

In ancient times, such as the 1980s and 1990s, many people still smoked indoors, both at home and in restaurants. Ash trays were then a trendy detail for interior decorators. (From the catalogue 1951.)

Get your house in order1980

Cordless vacuum cleaner

The development of stronger batteries paved the way for the cordless chargeable vacuum cleaner. (From the catalogue 1987.)

Björn Haid

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Paulina Kolm

“Clas Ohlson is known for smart and good products.”

Paulina Kolm delivers the product App-on-wall to Clas Ohlson.
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