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Danish brands: Pernille Corydon Jewellery

I’ve been wanting to start writing about Danish brands I come across, especially those that might not be as popular or known outside of Denmark. I just think that the Danes have a special style and eye for design – it’s a question of taste, of course, but I really like the clarity and simplicity, the clean lines and almost monochromatic colors. 195 more words

Danish Design

Peter Løvig Nielsen 1956 Boomerang desk

This is one of two different teak desks I have by this designer.  Please have a look at some of these links to get a much better feel for how it looks (I just couldn’t move all the bits out of the way to get the right angle): 202 more words

Scandinavian Design

Inside rooms designed by Laplace & Co

Laplace & Co is an architecture and design studio based in Paris.

Founded by Buenos Aires born architect Luis Laplace, Laplace & Co create stunning rooms filled with mid-century modern pieces. 28 more words

Vintage Furniture

Dream living room

I just found the perfect couch, too! I need to check with my better half, but I´ll manage to convince him if he doesn´t see things my way! 106 more words


I Wish... (April)

Leafing through different design magazines during the several train journeys I have gone on lately, I have found some striking pieces of furniture, both contemporary and classic, and I would like to share them here in the blog. 339 more words


Gubi A3 stool

Gubi was founded in 1967 in Denmark to produce one of the founder’s furniture designs and sell textiles to the retail sector.  I love that their website declares:   “We see ourselves as treasure hunters…design is all about discovering gems and following your instincts. 263 more words

Scandinavian Design