This Danish Teak Coffee Table is sleek, minimalist and modern. This low profile design makes it a fine example of Scandinavian simplicity and ingenuity. A small repair was made on the top and professionally refinished by our in-house cabinet shop.
By the start of the 1950s, the prevalent designers of Danish Modern furniture not only believed that their works were right for everyone. They believed that it could actually improve their lives as well. This belief helped foster their designs to be functional, elegant and affordable. The result was a substantial increase in the interest of Danish Modern furniture in the US. Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., who was part of the Museum of Modern Art, helped propel the movement in the US thanks to purchasing some Danish Modern furniture from a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The notoriety this purchase gained helped spur the interest in this furniture even further and led to its mass production within the US.