As winter weather sets in, we’re looking to Nordic countries for design inspiration. Like Copenhagen’s
Lidkøeb bar, set in an 18th-century brick building and outfitted with capacious armchairs, ruddy sheepskins, warm wood, and amber glass. Here are the key elements to re-create the comforting look.
Above: Danish classics from Børge Mogensen surround the wood-burning furnace. Above: Leather upholstered benches and brown sheepskin mingle with industrial lights. Materials Above: Benjamin Moore’s Decorator’s White is available for $39.99 at Benjamin Moore retailers. Furniture Above: The Børge Mogensen Spanish Chair in oak and natural leather is $4,657 at Danish Design Store. Above: The Blu Dot Turn Low Side Table in Acacia is $299 at Blu Dot. Another option is the Plank Coffee Table; $999 from West Elm. Above: Ilse Crawford’s Together Extending Table in Danish-oiled oak or walnut is $4,420 at the Future Perfect. Above: Get the look of the custom leather upholstered benches with the Ilse Crawford Bench 443 for De La Espada complete with leather pad; $1,310 at the Future Perfect. Above: The Space Copenhagen Spine Bar Stool with a light gray leather seat is $1,995 CAD at Mjölk.
Lighting Above: A similar pendant light to the one at Lidkøeb is the White Industrial Warehouse Pendant Light, available at Urban Archaeology. Contact Urban Archaeology for ordering information. Above: The Lampe Gras No 205 Table Lamp is $475 at Design Within Reach.
Accessories Above: The Glassybaby Jane’s Caramel Votive Holder is available at Glassybaby. Above: The Icelandic Sheepskin Rug in brown is £64.14 at the Real Rug Company.
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