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Danish Furniture Style and Design

Danish furniture style and design differs from the traditional Danish Modern furniture commonly associated with the Kaare Klint “church” chair, Poul Henningsen “artichoke” pendants or the Jacobsen “Egg” occasional chair. Curious Grace offers a selective take on Danish Modern and Danish style furniture design.


Feelgood Designs Furniture range

Bringing internationally recognised designers from around the globe, Feelgood Designs have a reputation of high quality products designed and manufactured exceptionally well. The Takahashi range of tables and chairs, the famous 167 table and 250 chairs are solid American Oak furniture pieces with that classic Danish furniture style: tapered legs, clean edges, and simplicity. [browse Feelgood Designs furniture]

Copine Furniture Range by Sean Dix

Without attempting to describe the contemporary design of this furniture range it would be fair to say that Sean Dix, a resident of the Hong Kong International design hub, has captured at least two essences: modern danish furniture design, and contemporary industrial. Powder-coated metal in white or black frame timber in either American white oak, or American black walnut. Dining tables, dining chairs, and coffee tables comprise the Copine furniture range. [browse Copine]

Karpenter Vintage Danish Style Furniture

Karpenter Vintage furniture range is a modern take on traditional Danish furniture design. Designed by a French furniture designer the classic Danish tapered lines, raw look finish, and choice of three natural timbers: recycled FSC certified teak, European white oak, and American black walnut make this a versatile and complete furniture range. [browse Karpenter Vintage]


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