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Hans J. Wegner Peacock chair & PH Table Lamp designed by Poul Henningsen.

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i spy: springtime

Design matters: I have to confess I’ve kind of had a thing for GreenpointWorks’ Acapulco Chairs – I really like their lightness, transparency (great for small-ish spaces) – and have considered buying.

Bienvenue chez Stéphanie aka Ma Demoiselle Pierre

Bienvenue chez Stéphanie aka Ma Demoiselle Pierre (hello-hello.fr)

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Shell Chair (smiling chair) - Hans Wegner :: The Joy of Hans Wegner :: Iconic Mid Century & Danish Modernism

Hans Wegner easy chair (model JH521), circa 1953.

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Lately I've been attracted to expanses of glossy white with touches of smoky grey and velvety black. I thought I knew what direction I was going with our tv room, but after seeing this home belonging to photographer Jonas Ingerstedt.

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A Danish modern circle chair adds intrigue and texture to this neutral bedroom corner. See the full home tour here "Inside the Breezy Palm Beach Home of Kelly Klein" on the One Kings Lane Style Guide!

Carl Hansen & Son | Gelsted, Denmark | carlhansen.com

There’s been a whole lot of buzz about the recently rediscovered Wegner Oculus Chair. Over 50 years ago Wegner made two prototypes … but only one was found. Carl Hansen & Son began reproducing the Oculus based on that prototype


Asymmetric bookshelves in pastel shaded interior. Photo by Vincent Leroux for Marie Claire Maison (Feb/Mar

~ simple yet comfy ++ does anyone know details of this chair? #chair #furniture #design

Saxe is a characterful and timeless folding chair designed in 1955 by the visionary designer and architect Mogens Lassen for The Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild Competition. It is now being produced b