Today’s post is all about Danes. Just kidding, it’s about Danish Modern design and will include a rundown of some of my favorite Danish Modern inspired interiors. Actually, to clarify, this post is about my favorite interiors that inspire Danish Modern design. Both through the use of Danish Modern furniture (duh!), but also through that era’s design aesthetic of clean, clutter-free space, which often echoed the clean, tapered lines of most Danish Modern furniture.
Here’s Stefan and Annette Tellevi’s 1950s style home in the Swedish suburbs of Kortedala. In the foreground is a dining set that includes Hans Wegner’ Chairs and a PH-Lamp. The living room brims with Danish Modern goodies: Wegner’s Wishbone Chair, and a table lamp and the Swan Chair by Arne Jacobsen.
One of the reasons I really like this space is that it’s kinda fun and quirky. It’s also bright and it looks like the kind of place that will brighten your spirits. I blame that bright yellow couch.
Love the crisp white of this room. A Danish modern credenza, Finn Juhl’s Model 45 Armchair and a silver Moroccan pouf work so well together…
This room is a bit rustic, but I love, love, love the lounge chairs by Jens Rinsom.