Danish Modern Dressers and Chests of Drawers

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Danish Modern Dressers and Chests of Drawers

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Whether you’re on the hunt for a dresser that’s the peak of chic, or the peak of sleek, nothing compares to a Danish Modern dresser. Renowned for their modest, minimalist nature, Danish Modern dressers are ideal for furnishing rooms in a wide array of styles. Use them to add verve to anything from a Mid-Century Modern room to an organic modern room—even a bohemian interior! Danish style dressers can also make an ideal starter piece in a nursery or child’s room, as their simple architecture make them the kind of heirloom-grade pieces that can evolve with your child’s tastes as they grow. Choose a classic Danish dresser from a maker like Arne Vodder, Dyrlund, or Ib Kofod-Larsen and use it as the linchpin around which you build your child’s entire room year after year. If you’re not sure where to start, try a basic Danish Modern dresser crafted of teak.

Make Way for Marvelous, Minimalist Danish Mid-Century Modern Dressers

For the Danish Modernists, teak wood reigned supreme. Teak Danish Mid-Century Modern dressers can be found in the catalogs of all of the movement’s most eminent designers, including Hans Wegner, Børge Mogensen, and Jens Risom. All of that said, there is no shortage of options if you’re on the hunt for a Danish Modern chests of drawers in a finish other than teak, too. Look for Danish style designs by American makers like T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings, Paul McCobb, and Edward Wormley as well as designs from American-based brands like American of Martinsville and Drexel Heritage. While most Danish style dressers forgo flashy hardware or material inlays, the majority feature dramatic sculpted handles or drawer fronts to lend a decorative element. Look for Danish dressers with tambour details or louvered panels across the front, as well as shapely, recessed drawers handles and more.