møbel & rum

At møbel & rum they believe in great design, but they also love a good story. That’s why they emphasis the Who, Where and How behind all of their products as much as the What.  

Whether it’s their porcelain vases crafted on Bornholm using 100% green energy, or their 100% recycled plastic fabric cushions sewn by hand in Copenhagen, they practice sustainable and ethical production throughout. In addition to the talented designers they work with, they also collaborate with organisations that help people facing physical, mental or social barriers to enter the labour market.

In short, møbel & rum makes quality-crafted products for people who care about how their purchases impact the environment and the people who made them.

Made in Denmark

Denmark is synonymous with quality craftsmanship and a timeless aesthetic philosophy. møbel & rum draws on these traditions and combines them with a distinctive modern edge and proudly make all of their products in Denmark.

They mainly source local materials from all over Denmark and the Nordic countries, bringing them together in Copenhagen to create bold, high quality products. Even the labels and hangtags on the cushions are made in Denmark along with the hand folded boxes that the ‘satellite’ mirrors are packaged in.

The products of great stories

At møbel & rum they strive to design unique products for every living space in your home. Quality is more important than quantity and form must always follow function. Though their focus is offering a range of noteworthy products, they emphasize the journey of each piece as much as the final result. møbel & rum believe that design can be a way of responding to larger issues in the world and they want their products to stand for what matters.


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Photo by Rigetta Klint

This version of the Satellite mirror is a true smoked oak version. It invites you to pick it up and move it about as you discover new things around you or simply see how your new necklace or earrings look on you.


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Photo by Rigetta Klint

Being made from 4 evenly sized piece of oak, each mirror has it only unique qualities and patterns, that give each piece its caracteristics.


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Photo by Rigetta Klint

Møns Klint is the outcome of traditional ceramic technique and a modern exploration of textures and form.


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Photo by Rigetta Klint

The vase’s smooth, cylindrical column starkly contrasts its rough “broken” rim to produce a design that is at once original and sophisticated.


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Photo by Rigetta Klint

Wonderfully comfortable and visually remarkable, these contemporary cushions are created from the finest wool and post-consumer recycled polyester from Kvadrat Textiles. Accent any seating area with their dynamic pattern and colourful textures. They come in various colour combinations as well as made to order for specific needs.


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Photo by Rigetta Klint

Being made from 6 evenly sized piece of oak, the Satellite table mirror has its own unique qualities and patterns, that age beautifully with time.


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Each piece is expertly handcrafted in fine porcelain, which lends strength to the vase’s delicate form. When turned on its head, the vase reminds us of the cliffs at Møns Klint, Denmark.


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Photo by Rigetta Klint


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Photo by Rigetta Klint


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Christiansborg Palace is a palace and government building on the islet of Slotsholmen in central Copenhagen, Denmark. It is the seat of the Danish Parliament (Folketinget), the Danish Prime Minister's Office and the Supreme Court of Denmark. Also, several parts of the palace are used by the Danish monarch, including the Royal Reception Rooms, the Palace Chapel and the Royal Stables.

The goal of DANISH™ is to promote Danish architecture and design in a broad perspective, and demonstrate all the potentials in these fields.

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