Copenhagen Design Trade Fair
Over three days, the best of Denmark’s home design industry came together at Copenhagen’s Bella Centre to showcase new ideas, launch new design initiatives and exhibit the latest and greatest for the table and home. Countlan Magazine made its way through the 250-odd design stalls at the Design Trade fair and assembled a sample of what is coming down the design pipeline en route to a store near you from Denmark and Europe.
Earthy Colours: Eggplant, lemon yellow, sage green
Geometric patterns were observed a several booths throughout the show
Vintage + Industrial items remain popular. There was also some impressively playful oversize fruit.
Colour paired with natural materials giving a two tone look
Casual: Stacking and layering of ceramics/dishes on tables. Nothing overly formal. Is formal dining done?
Mixing and Matching and Clustering Items
A few of our favourite Danish design companies that we checked out at DesignTrade included Broste, Hay, Ferm Living, Nomess, Kahler, TripTrap, Korridor, Bloomingville and Design Nation.