7 Ways to Decorate With Danish-Inspired Style

How to bring the minimal and modern style into your house.

1

Matte Kettle

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Photo by aplusrstore.com

Get the perfect pour from this sleek black vessel.

To buy: Stagg pour-over kettle, $79; aplusrstore.com.


2

Simple Clock

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Photo by momastore.org

This timepiece has the clean-lined, minimalist design that defines classic Danish style.

To buy: Bi-color plywood clock, $95; momastore.org.


3

Modern Flatware

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Photo by shophorne.com

The thin tapered handles add a chic silhouette to the table.

To buy: Goa cutlery, $75 for a 5-piece set; shophorne.com.



4

Sheepskin Rug

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Photo by worldmarket.com

Place this cozy accent on the floor beside your bed or over the back of a chair.

To buy: Ivory New Zealand sheepskin area rug, $80; worldmarket.com.


5

Geometric Vases

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Photo by cleverspaces.com

Powder-coated metal vessels that look decorative empty or full.

To buy: Metal hexagon vases, from $25; cleverspaces.com.


6

Rolling Table

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Photo by normann-copenhagen.com

Use this two-tiered surface as a storage cart or side table.

To buy: Block table in dusty green, $308; ­normann-copenhagen.com.



7

Upholstered Chair

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Photo by shophesby.com

The midcentury silhouette is updated with a fabric seat.

To buy: Miles upholstered side chair, $299; shophesby.com.


8

Low-Pile Rug

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Photo by ikea.com

A durable wool rug in an abstract stripe.

To buy: Bronden rug, $279 (5 ft. 7 in. by 7 ft. 10 in.); ikea.com.