This is really special. A listed 1950s Arne Jacobsen-designed townhouse in Klampenborg, near Copenhagen, Denmark in wonderfully original condition. This is the midcentury Scandinavian dream.
Thinking of where to get away to this summer? These City prints by Naomi Wilkinson for Lagom may provide the perfect inspiration.
Want some cool lighting that hints at midcentury style, without picking a too-easily identifiable piece or a slavish copy? Take a look at the Copenhagen pendant from &Tradition.
Another day, another fantastic piece from Ingela P Arrenhuis. It's hard to resist when the designs are as charming as this Fly To Copenhagen poster.
It might look like a modernist design at first glance, but the Pandul Opala table light by Hans Wegner is actually a 1970s design.
The Danish company's towel reproduces some of the city's landmarks, such as the Little Mermaid statue. Like the designers mentioned above, this is a very stylized 50s/60s-style design which is enhanced by the soft colour scheme. These same colours run through all of Ferm Living's new collection meaning there's plenty of retro gems to look out for.
Printed on 100% cotton, the tea towel costs $19.
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