Danish style and design is identified for its use of wooden, streamlined styles and basic silhouettes. In this lookbook, we round up ten interiors from all around the planet that attribute both equally new style and iconic furniture parts from the Scandinavian country.
A resort in Los Angeles, a barn-turned-dwelling in Canada and a Copenhagen flat are just some of the illustrations in this lookbook of interiors with stunning Danish design and style.
Pieces by Danish mid-century modern-day designers, like Finn Juhl, are combined with newer designs from brand names this kind of as &tradition and Skagerak to produce interiors that blend the classic with the up to date.
This is the latest roundup in our Dezeen Lookbooks series that give visual inspiration for designers and design and style fanatics. Former lookbooks contain retro inexperienced bogs, texture-large cafe interiors and homely places of work with interiors you could live in.
Hudson Woods dwelling, US, by Magdalena Keck
New York interior designer Magdalena Keck‘s design and style for this house in the Catskills, New York, blends Japanese minimalism with Danish mid-century fashionable design and style and American crafts parts.
A Finn Juhl eating desk and chairs have pride of put in the dining place, wherever they sit in front of a balcony with panoramic sights of the encompassing mother nature. A brass pendant light-weight flawlessly matches the brown wooden of the furniture.
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The Audo, Denmark, by Menu and Norm Architects
Danish brand Menu teamed up with studio Norm Architects to produce The Audo, a lodge in Copenhagen’s up-and-coming Nordhavn region.
Below, the two organizations mixed comfortable green and beige colors with wooden, stone and glass information to generate an inside with timeless appeal. Furniture by Menu, which uses the lodge as its showroom and headquarters, sits following to present day artworks and dried-flower preparations.
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Fanø House, Denmark, by Knud Holscher
Architect Knud Holscher’s style and design for a summer time residence on Fanø, an island off the southwest coast of Denmark, is complemented by an interior layout by Staffan Tollgård Studio, which filled the dwelling with tactile, pure materials and evergreen style and design items.
In the residing area, Danish designer Hans J Wegner’s wooden and woven paper-chord CH25 Easy Chair is matched with a Flowerpot lamp by Danish designer Verner Panton in a glossy beige hue.
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Penthouse M, Australia, by CJH Studio
This penthouse on Australia’s Gold Coast was developed to have a quiet inside as a “total juxtaposition” to the generally “ostentatious” residences witnessed around the spot. As a substitute, CJH Studio selected white and neutral colours to develop a timeless style and design.
Two rice lamps by Spanish designer Jaime Hayon for Denmark’s &tradition create a ornamental focal level in the residing place, the place they are framed by the translucent curtains masking flooring-to-ceiling home windows.
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Alsace LA, US, by Household Studios
The interiors of Los Angeles lodge Alsace LA characteristic Mediterranean influences, warm wood tones and classic objects. In its meeting space, Danish brand Gubi’s smooth, bulbous chairs sit on a handwoven Moroccan rug.
Lots of eco-friendly plants and lights and home furnishings with welcoming curved and round forms develop an inviting inside with an organic and natural experience.
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Copenhagen dwelling, Denmark, by Norm Architects
This home in Copenhagen was allegedly as soon as the household of renowned Danish architect Poul Henningsen, who created the legendary PH lamp.
Norm Architects applied some of Henningsen’s lights, which the house’s operator collects, in its style and design for the inside, and complimented them with present day parts this sort of as the JWDA desk lamp by Menu.
A solid block of marble will make for an classy, minimalist coffee desk, around which sits dim teak mid-century modern home furniture.
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The Barn, Canada, by La Firme
An deserted shed was turned into a property by studio La Firme, which disassembled it and rebuilt it at a new spot on a farmhouse assets in Mansonville, Quebec.
Inside, the household furniture incorporates Wegner’s basic Wishbone chairs, 8 of which sit close to a dining table in the spacious dwelling space.
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Mayfair apartment, British isles, by MWAI
This spartan apartment in London’s Mayfair place was developed to resemble a lodge suite and capabilities a selection of house-conserving answers.
In the 37-sq.-metre residence, putting modern design items were being utilized to generate a lot of impression in a modest place. These involve Danish manufacturer Skagerak’s Georg stool, with its recognisable woolen cushion held in put by a leather-based strap.
Informed by “Nordic sensuality and Japanese minimalism,” it provides interest to a streamlined interior.
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Vibo Tværveh, Denmark, by Valbæk Brørup Architects
This barrel-vaulted cabin in a Danish forest lets its products communicate for them selves, with a extraordinary living room clad in pine wooden.
Two big black pendant lights, identified as Suspence and built by Danish-Italian style duo GamFratesi for home furniture brand Fritz Hansen, cling earlier mentioned a relaxing dwelling location.
The lights bring a graphic distinction to the wooden and matches the large black metal supports that run alongside the duration of the cabin.
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Donum Property, US, by David Thulstrup
Danish designer David Thulstrup brought a contact of his residence nation to his refurbishment of Donum Household (above and leading impression) in California’s Sonoma County.
Rooms had been decorated in neutral colors and earthy components, which includes oak-and-rattan screens that Thulstrup created himself.
Louis Poulsen’s typical artichoke lamp hangs earlier mentioned a dining desk, introducing a sculptural aspect to the usually pared-back again interior.
This is the newest in our series of lookbooks delivering curated visible inspiration from Dezeen’s graphic archive. For far more inspiration see previous lookbooks showcasing homely office environment interiors, retro inexperienced loos, and texture-major restaurant interiors.