The best features of classic Danish design could be said to be its style, its understated artistry, its minimal pragmatism matched to elegance, and focused beauty.
Here at at Dotmaison we love how well Danish design offers all of these things in abundance. Design teams such as Stelton recognise this, drawing on influences from renowned Danish artisanal desginers such as Arne Jacobson to provide perfect home fittings.
Here are 3 tips for applying the fine Danish touch of design into the home.
Enjoy the Essential Dining Table Items
The Scandinavian company Stelton has for around fifty years offered premium innovation in design. Bringing in the influence of the great Danish architect Arne Jacobson, Stelton always has a bright idea for every occasion and space.
The above Theo Cup with Coaster is a distinctive way to make the most of the gorgeous design stylings of Stelton. Mixing a traditionally Scandinavian black stoneware with an exotic Japanese bamboo type of coasters, the uniquely original look provides fantastic class to the table. A beautiful blend of different stylistic ideas.
Stay on Time with Arne Jacobson
The world-renowned Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobson had a huge influence on all kinds of Scandinavian design and production. In the areas of clock making, this is more than evident in the above Station Table Clock.
Acting as an ideal method of staying on time and waking up accordingly, the alarm clock combines brilliant Jacobson design dating back to 1939. Also providing state of the art technology to make the clock a joy to use. The modern features include a snooze option and a light sensor.
Superbly resilient and tough, the clock has a crack-resistent lens. The design is beautifully applied and the alternating coour schemes of grey and white and teal and white work well with the sleek design fitting of this brilliantly attuned alarm clock.
Stylish and Minimalistic Storage by Stelton
Stelton also works its understated design style into the shape and form of the above Pleat Salt Jar. The jar offers a brilliantly crafted sense of security and solidity, while the minimal styling is perfect for bringing a stylish yet unobtrusive effect to the kitchen and dining table.
The porcelain container, which could be used for storing salt or sugar, was designed by the duo Böttcher & Kayser, who set out an ideal to create a product that can be applied to everyday storage without any unnecessary embellishments. Perfectly fitting in with the goals of Stelton, the jar is a perfect reminder of what the company does so well.
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