Eggs, the colour yellow, fluffy lambs and cheeping chicks. Easter is full of joy and bright colours. Here, we present some of the finest Danish designs – all sprinkled with a touch of Easter.
Spring has arrived in Denmark. The days are getting longer, the trees are blossoming and Easter is just around the corner. To celebrate this, we’d like to share with you a number of Danish designs that bring a touch of yellow to this sunny season to get you in the mood for Easter.
The Egg™ Chair, Arne Jacobsen
When you’re talking about Easter, eggs are unavoidable. And one classic Danish example of an egg is Arne Jacobsen’s “The Egg™ Chair”. Usually, you’ll see it in rustic leather, but it also comes in an Easter-friendly version, upholstered with yellow fabric by Japanese designer Minagawa.
Wire Lamp, Verpan
So this table lamp from Verpan doesn’t have a direct connection with Easter, but the sunny yellow plastic shade will add an Easter feel to any room. The lamp was originally designed by Verner Panton back in 1972, but it sure still looks cool and contemporary. An Oldie but Goldie.
So-Hooked Wall Rack, Nomess Copenhagen
Does your home need a splash of colour? Nomess Copenhagen has designed a super cool wall rack made of painted MDF with a tiny shelf on top and open holes for S-hooks or other small hangers. As well as yellow, it comes in several other colours and different sizes to suit your taste and decor.
It’s not all about yellow. This cute little bunny, designed by Hoptimist, has also found its way onto our list of Easter-themed designs. This little plastic figure may not do a lot, but when you push down on this lovable bunny’s head, it’ll bounce back and forth adoringly and will definitely bring a touch of fun to any Easter table.
Easter eggs, Royal Copenhagen
Easter calls for ornaments. These beautiful porcelain eggs from Royal Copenhagen would look lovely in any home – hanging in a window or from a branch or even just lying on the table as small centrepieces. The eggs come with different motifs and a matching bonbonnière to complete the Easter table.
Easter Egg, Lakrids by Johan Bülow
How about an alternative egg hunt? Instead of small, tinfoil-wrapped chocolate eggs, we suggest you start hunting for these delicious, choc-coated pieces of liquorice. Every season has its flavour, and according to Lakrids by Johan Bülow, Easter tastes like passion fruit and dark chocolate. Bon appétit!
Montana system, Montana
If you crave a bit of yellow in your home, you should go for a Montana system. The system is customizable – with more than 30 basic modules and 42 different colours – so it’s easy to mix and match the pieces to make a unique piece of furniture to suit your own individual style.
Little bird, Normann Copenhagen
The chirping of birds is a clear sign that spring is here. This little birdie from Normann Copenhagen doesn’t sing, but it sure looks adorable. It’s made of oak and comes in a variety of sizes and colours.