Danish Modern

Propelled by a desire to create high-function furniture with a stylish, sculptural bent, the Danish Modern design movement was seeded by Bauhaus design principles. Headed by designers like Hans Wegner and Arne Jacobsen (who gave us the Wishbone and Egg chairs, respectively), Danish Modern is credited as being introduced to the U.S. when Edgar Kauffman Jr. purchased items for Frank Lloyd Wright’s much exalted Fallingwater House in Pennsylvania. Whether you opt for a grand statement like a Verner Panton Chair or a token teak ice bucket, Danish Modern design will indulge you with its take on simplistic chic.

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