Shop Mid-Century Modern furniture, decor and art at great prices on Chairish. Browse thousands of unique items and make an offer today!. Shop for authentic Scandinavian design and Danish modern furniture from Arne Jacobsen, Alvar Aalto and Hans Wegner in our Scandinavian furniture collection. Modernist Freestanding Teak Desk with Four Drawers by Nanna and Jrgen Ditzel. Lane Furniture Danish Modern Style Mid Century Dining Table 44 Round RARE!
Danish modern, frequently capitalized as Danish Modern, is a vintage style of minimalist wood furniture from Denmark associated with the Danish design movement. Dansk Moderne specializes in Danish Teak & Mid-Century Modern Furniture. Each Danish Modern furniture item we sell has been carefully chosen in Denmark and shipped with care to our storage facilities in the U. Galaxie Modern is a furniture store in Lynchburg Virginia that ships Mid Century Modern Furniture nationwide. Specializing in Danish Modern, Mid Century Modern.
JP Denmark sells vintage mid-century Danish modern teakwood and rosewood furniture, imported from Denmark. Located on Perez Road in Cathedral City, near Palm Springs, CA. Iconic midcentury furniture is known for its high-quality construction, use of beautiful woods and great modern design. The Danish (who were at the forefront of this design) mastered the technique of fitting wood together using dowels and threaded bolts. Invest in style with Lookmodern. Located in Portland, Oregon, we have over 40 years of buying, selling & collecting mid-century & danish modern furniture.
Garry zayon hand made custom furniture designer mid century danish modern sculpture art credenza desk lounge chairs sofa. Wood Veneer – Almost all high-end Danish furniture (besides chairs) is made with teak or rosewood veneer placed over cheaper wood like pine or plywood or wood composite material. Mid-century furniture, especially pieces designed by icons like Herman Miller, George Nakashima and Charles and Ray Eames, is highly collectible and can be quite pricey. Teak, walnut and oak are all common materials in the mid-century market, and many Scandinavian pieces are made from rosewood, or rosewood veneer, which is now endangered, but was prized for its color and luster.