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Danish Modern Design & Scandinavian Furnishings

Danish Modern Design & Scandinavian Furnishings

Danish Modern and Scandinavian Interiors

Muted colors, an emphasis in over-sized design components, and bowed wood point to the defining essence of Scandinavian furniture design. This aesthetic movement emerged in the 1950s from the five Nordic countries of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, and Finland. Characterized by minimalism, simplicity, and functionality, Scandinavian furniture is ideal for contemporary living spaces that strive to blend a chic stroke of modernity with a nod to organic, simple, rustic artistry. Memoky took the greatest classic examples of this genre and compiled a line of affordable, high-end pieces that are a must-have for anyone hoping to achieve a Scandinavian interior design.

  • Scandinavian Rugs and Decor

    Scandinavian Rugs and Decor

    Scandinavian furniture embodies the warming tones within the philosophy that organic woods presented through pure, simple arcs can instil modernist ideals from a design perspective. The gentle contours of this furniture design type, complimented by the addition of Scandinavian rugs, completes the look. Rugs play a pivotal role in completing a Scandinavian home interior. Rugs hint of the earth; they conjure primordial examples of man’s desire to create functional design for living spaces, and therefore complement the disposition of this modern aesthetic with time-honored roots. Memoky’s line includes Scandinavian rugs in muted, natural tones carefully woven to offer superior quality. Center your rug in a congregation of wishbone chairs to create a social space grounded in humble elegance.

  • Scandinavian Furniture and Danish Modernism

    Scandinavian Furniture and Danish Modernism

    It is not surprising that people mix the design types of Scandinavian and Danish Modernism; after all, both have origins in Denmark and rely on minimalism. In actuality Danish Modernism emerged three decades before the Scandinavian design movement. In the 1920s, Danish Modern furniture design sought to offer proportions that fulfill the human body’s contour using pure lines, clean design, specific proportions, and an ethereal level of craftsmanship. Memoky offers both design types, and our line is centered around the concept of blending both to create a purist aesthetic steeped in organic curvature, superior materials, and simplistic chic.