Tag Archives: Danish design

Interior Blog Inspiration: Furniture to borrow, a Swedish blogger network and posters from Denmark

Sunday is the Gammeltag par excellence. Feet up and good. When the number of naps and ice cream on the The question quickly comes up: what to do? In order to avoid boredom, I have collected a few inspirational and reading tips for you. Have fun with it! At some point in life comes the… Read More »

Mads Sætter-Lassen wins the Student Design Award 2015 by Northern Lighting with the "Buddy" lamp

in-house Award for Outstanding Design went to Mads Sætter-Lassen, who graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts’s School of Design, Copenhagen, and absolutely convinced with his table lamp “Buddy”. He won the Student Design Award 2015. Already for the third time, the Student Design Award will be hosted by Northern Lighting. More than… Read More »

Bloomingville launches "Mini" series for kids: children's crockery and furniture

is with my girls and me highly in the course, in practice, that there is now this for the little ones – including cute motifs. And while browsing through the product images I thought more often, och, that’s süüüüüß (you can use super as a mid-thirties, right?) Sure. I can still vividly remember that as… Read More »

Oak desk: Danish design by Hay

Take a copy, class work! The Copenhague CPH90 a little reminiscent of bygone times, where simple and functional tables were used to write essays and lift the chairs on tables before closing time. The desk Copenhague CPH90 by The designers His designers, the brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, have been concerned with creating furniture that… Read More »