What do you know about Danish furniture?
If white and beige are your colors for the living room, then Danish furniture is certainly a natural choice. Quite simply they represent the basis of many concepts. They look modern, as well as spacious and clear. Bright accents are missing. This is also a typical feature of the Danish-style furniture.
This feature even sets them apart from the rest of the Scandinavian furnishing models.
Danish furniture for the summery living room
Where does the veranda end here and where does the house start? What is inside and what is outside? Everything is the same by feeling. That’s why you can also use beige-white Danish furniture everywhere. They serve the interior design in winter and in summer, the living room simply moves outside.
Iron and soft white pillows
These Danish furniture are specially designed for outdoor use. But you hardly notice, only if you look very carefully and critically! They consist of a metallic lacquered stainless steel construction and upholstered cushions made of rough and easy-care materials. The latter can be easily and quickly taken away and put back down.
Books as the main topic
After the natural summer excursion, we return to the inside. What the same kind of furniture is used for, as just mentioned, also inside. The summer is so short, so worth this approach. She makes every slight design change possible.
In this example you can see something else that is typical. Often one brings a spiritual-intellectual topic into the middle of the interior design. Here we recognize the literature as such. The library also represents the linchpin in the room visually and semantically.
It depends on the essentials
Again, the designer or house owner has reduced the topic to the essentials. It’s about cars, technology and their design. Remember the relationship between the theme of the picture and the shape of the seats? Also the color border and the materials are metallic. Like the car model introduced below.
So if you never want to part with your hobby, Danish furniture is also right for you!
Simple elegance in Scandinavian style
Stylish kitchen equipment to feel good
Monochromatic design is quite common in Danish furniture
Bright cedar wood is also capitalized here
Soft modules in gray form a comfortable couch
Straight lines and subtle textures
Retro meets Scandinavia
Danish living in the bedroom
Brown and blue often go hand in hand with Scandinavian design
Cosiness and nonchalance in one