The Minimalist And Beautifully Designed Tingest Training Equipment

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For 2017, Swedish brand Tingest has set a lofty goal for itself: to transform the ubiquitous home training equipment into décor pieces one would be proud to display. And looking at the company’s recently launched collection, it’s evident the mission was successful. All of the products from this range display a simple elegance, clean lines and beautiful textures.

“Accessibility is often key for those who work out, which is why exercising at home is a popular activity. One problem for those of us that live in a limited space however, is finding somewhere to store equipment when it’s not in use. This is why we have focused on developing stylish equipment that is both functional and pleasing to the eye, and can be placed prominently in any room,” says Tingest founder Alexander Lervik.

The comprehensive range reimagines the classic equipment as elegant, minimalist and well-designed objects. It includes dumbbells, kettlebells, yoga blocks or trigger point rollers, a hula-hoop, a bench, and a bag – all designed to look gorgeous in a room. The dumbbells come in two kinds of marble or in cast iron, the wooden hula-hoop comes with a leather and brass wall hook, while the exercise bench doubles as stylish seating. You can check out the entire collection as well as the list of retailers on the brand’s official website. Photo credits: Tingest.

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