Inspiration

3 inspiring Danish-style interiors!

For some years now, lovers of beautiful furniture have been fascinated by Scandinavian design, and more particularly by pieces by Danish designers. From armchairs byArne Jacobsento suspension lamps by Poul Henningsenand table sets byHans Wegnertable sets, Danish designers are behind many iconic pieces. Their philosophy? A careful mix of minimalism, organic materials and design. So Danish design is a natural fit for your home.

In Denmark, the weather often rhymes with cold and darkness, hence the need to make your home a cosy cocoon, ideal for forgetting the torments outside. Want to recover from the long winter? Discover the essential pieces of this trendy and warm style to recreate a similar atmosphere in your home.

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1 – Set of six teak and steel chairs model 3100 by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen – 1950 | 2 – Artichoke hanging lamp by Poul Henningsen – 1950 | 3 – Carrara marble table by Eero Saarinen for Knoll – 1980 | 4 – Floor lamp with 3 chromed metal globes by Goffredo Reggiani – 1970

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1 – Vintage teak “Swan” armchair by Arne Jacobsen – 1960 | 2 – Pair of vintage copper suspension lamps by Jo Hammerborg for Fog & Morup – 1960 | 3 – Teak sideboard by Arne Vodder “Model OS63” – 1950 | 4 – Classic Danish vintage teak sofa – 1960

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1 – Large vintage ceiling light – 1950 | 2 – Poul Henningsen ‘PH CONTRAST’ hanging lamp – 1950 | 3 – Vintage lounge chair “Butterfly” by Jorge Hardoy-Ferrari – 1930 | 4 – Suite of 4 “Wishbone” chairs by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen – 1950