Interiør skønne hjemMidcentury Dining Room, Copenhagen

Photo of a medium sized midcentury enclosed dining room in Copenhagen with white walls and painted wood flooring. —  Houzz
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kasper_iversen
Kasper Iversen added this to 6 New Danish Trends You Need to Know About26 June 2017

6. Animals in designAnimals are anything but a new trend in Danish design. There are old porcelain dinner sets decorated with seagulls and fish, Arne Jacobsen’s Ant chair (pictured above), manufactured by Fritz Hansen, the Quack jug by Maria Berntsen for Georg Jensen (in the following picture), the Pelican chair by Finn Juhl – not to mention the wooden monkeys and numerous other animals by Kay Bojesen (in the last photo).

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natashashuttleworth
Natasha Shuttleworth Photography added this to INTERIOR STYLING IDEAS21 July 2019

Bold colour prints set against classic style chairs and mid-century modern teak table give a classic feel to this dining room.

xndra
xndra added this to Inspiration4 January 2018

6. Animals in designAnimals are anything but a new trend in Danish design. There are old porcelain dinner sets decorated with seagulls and fish, Arne Jacobsen’s Ant chair (pictured above), manufactured by Fritz Hansen, the Quack jug by Maria Berntsen for Georg Jensen (in the following picture), the Pelican chair by Finn Juhl – not to mention the wooden monkeys and numerous other animals by Kay Bojesen (in the last photo).

silviaov36
Silvia Austen added this to Decoración/Diseño/Tendencias6 September 2017

6. Motivos animales en el diseño Los animales no son precisamente una tendencia nueva en el diseño danés. Existen antiquísimas vajillas de porcelana decoradas con peces y gaviotas; clásicos como la silla Ant, de Arne Jacobsen (arriba), fabricada por Fritz Hansen, que recuerda a la forma de una hormiga —como bien indica su nombre; la jarra Quack, de Maria Berntsen para Georg Jensen (en la siguiente imagen), que simboliza la anatomía de un pato; o la silla Pelican, de Finn Juhl, y su peculiar forma –sin olvidarnos de los monos de madera y otros animales diseñados por Kay Bojesen (última imagen). Y estos son tan solo algunos ejemplos de la presencia animal en el mobiliario escandinavo.

tnko
tnko added this to Home Interiors30 June 2017

note the contrast of the table and chairs

stevewunderle824
Steve Winderle added this to stevewunderle824's ideas29 June 2017

clean; black/white with a pop of red

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