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Childrens chairs in Oak and Ash designed by Michael Sangkoyo Gramtorp, Denmark. #allgoodthings #danish #design spotted by @missdesignsays

Childrens chairs in Oak and Ash designed by Michael Sangkoyo Gramtorp, Denmark. spotted by

Henry Julier.

church in Denmark designed by Henning Larsen - saw this while I was at DIS (Danish International Study) architecture semester

"Though the word was originally Norwegian, it is associated most strongly with Danish (mostly because the Danes have been the most enthusiastic at promoting it). Most people understand hygge to mean ‘cozy’"

Hygge - sounds like = Hewguh :: The Danish winters are quite cold because of wind and rain in the dark. Hygge is what Danes do to pull through the gloomy winter. Cozy is the closest english word.

4 X 4 = 16 Doors of Denmark.  Someone else who likes doors. Yeah!

4 X 4 = 16 Doors of Denmark. Someone else who likes doors.

louise row design essentials denmark home accessories : via mstetson.com

louise roe design essentials

Louise Roe has me swooning over their graphic home accessories—and clothing; a Danish black and white wonderland.

Wegner The Chair - PP503 $5093

Wegner The Chair - PP503

'The Round One' as Wegner referred to it with his usual provincial modesty, is perhaps the most famous Danish piece of furniture of them all – which says a bit.

Many Danish people celebrate the New Year by jumping off chairs at the stroke of midnight. Leaping is said to banish bad luck and bring good fortune into the new year. They also traditionally throw plates at neighbors' doors to symbolize their friendship. The person with the most broken plates is said to have the most friends.

Celebrating New Year's Around the World

Denmark: Throwing Dishes and Jumping Off Chairs: Many Danish people celebrate the New Year by jumping off chairs at the stroke of midnight. Leaping is said to banish bad luck and bring good fortune into the new year.

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