Danish influences continue to dominate the interior world and the Scandinavian interior remains one of the most leading interior styles. With its timeless yet unique impression, it can be spotted throughout this year’s interior trends. In addition, Danish design is without a doubt one of GAFF’s main sources when it comes to interior inspiration. And we are still daydreaming of a trip to Copenhagen soon to indulge ourselves in all the Danish design. So, when we heard that Arnotts had teamed up with The Danish Collective – it was like music to our ears.
The Danish Collective, in collaboration with the Danish Embassy, will launch a pop-up shop at Arnotts this festive season. This pop-up shop will feature a curated selection of various Danish interior brands, with a wide selection of everything from furniture, glassware, holiday decorations, gifts to home accessories. You name it.
“We are happy being able to bring high-quality Danish design and brands to Dublin for this Christmas.”
In regards to the launch, Carsten Søndergaard, the Danish ambassador to Ireland, said: ”We are happy being able to bring high-quality Danish design and brands to Dublin for this Christmas. At a time when Irish design has never been more visible and the Irish people want great design, we wish to show what Danish design has to offer. We see it as a great opportunity to promote Denmark and to get the Irish audience more familiar with the special feeling of Danish hygge.”
Keep scrolling for a sneak peek of some of the interior brands that will be featured at Arnotts.
One of the interior brands that will be at the pop-up shop is Broste Copenhagen, that is one of Scandinavia’s leading interior brands. Broste Copenhagen offers an impressively wide range with everything from candles, lanterns, tableware, home textiles to decorative items.
Another interior brand that will be featured is Muubs – an innovative interior business. Muubs focuses on raw materials and makes products with teak, driftwood, concrete, and leather as the material. Sustainability is also the main focus for Muubs, and a lot of their products are made from recycled materials.
Another brand is the family-owned interior company Skagerak that produces high-quality products with a focus on wood as the material. Skagerak has developed into a modern design brand with a selection of contemporary products, such as office storage and bathroom accessories.
Also, Holmegaard – an interior brand that produces glassworks products such as carafes, candlesticks and holiday decorations. One distinctive aspect in regards to this interior brand is that Danish artist has been invited to design glass products for Holmegaard throughout the last century.
And, Kähler, which is an interior brand that has been at the forefront of Danish ceramic art. Kähler has a wide selection of glass and pottery, ceramic tableware and home accessories. These, and plenty more, Danish interior brands will be featured – so you don’t want to miss out on this gorgeous pop-up shop at Arnotts.
“At a time when Irish design has never been more visible and the Irish people want great design, we wish to show what Danish design has to offer.”
Go and check out all the remarkable design at this pop-up shop. It arrives the 15th of November and runs until 29th of December, at Arnotts on 12 Henry Street in Dublin. Happy shopping!
By Klara Bell