It´s still freezing outside and gardens are covered with little spots of snow even though the calender is showing the end of March. But we won’t let it get us down because Easter is almost here with all its vital and happy colors!
Whether you are planning on spending the holliday cleaning your house for spring, put daffodils in a vase, forget time and place, cook for family and friends, lay down on the couch with at cup of tea or just get some inspiration for your home, then this Easter egg is for you.
All the products can be found in your flagship store in Copehagen or on our website right here.
March has arrived, and spring is now officially here and here at Normann Copenhagen we want to bring this season inside.
On the one hand, spring is associated with bright and upbeat colors, but on the other is it also a synonym for calm, dusty and friendly tones.
With the two collages below we bring you inspiration from our spring color palette.
In the green and blue collage above, the colors are light and fresh. A combination of dusty and the bright colors bring in calmness as well as the spring.
Where the blue and green colors are bright and fresh, this rosy combination has depth and intensity. To keep the theme in balance, a light, dusty mint has been added, and brings freshness back into this intense color palette.
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Right now, in Copenhagen, it’s cherry blossom season which means Spring is really here. All over Copenhagen you can see small pink petals floating through the air.
To celebrate we made this collage and decided to put pink products on our homepage.
Do you know that Spring 2009 is on Facebook? Isn’t it every Scandinavian’s dream to be friends with her?? She seems like such a sweet person and I hope she will accept my friend request!
Spotted by: Emma Margareta
Stakit - our mobile seat in front of Rosenborg Castle
Once upon a time – a thousand years ago – there was a king of Denmark named Gorm the Old. All through the years his family has ruled the oldest kingdom of the world, and the present queen Margrethe II is a descendant of the old king Gorm.
Stakit may not have as long a history, but it still comes from a very fine family in Denmark. Stakit was born as a part of Snedkernes Efterårsudstilling and later on was adopted by Danish Craft, where it became a distinctive part of the CC11 + CC12 family.
Stakit is now a part of our New Danish Modern family.
We just got back from the design fair Maison & Object in Paris. Due to very gusty winds during Friday the tent were exhibiting in were about to collaps, so everybody was evacuated. In this clip you can see how our Planes are ”flying”. Also notice the lamps that are about to take off in the last scene.
The tent didn´t fall and nobody got hurt – except some very tempered exhibitors who lost a day’s worth of sales.