Dane on The Brain

Denmark has long been a hotbed for modern design, and the style known as Danish Modern is all about vintage wood furniture with minimalist lines.

Denmark has long been a hotbed for modern design, and the style known as Danish Modern is all about vintage wood furniture with minimalist lines. The Twin Cities has a wealth of places to find the sculpted coffee tables, sleek consoles, and curved lamps that define this midcentury modern look.

Chairs from Danish Teak Classics
Desk from Danish Teak Classics

Danish Teak Classics

Want to outfit your whole house with fine vintage Danish Modern furniture? Here’s the place. 1500 NE Jackson St., Mpls., 612-362-7870

Candles from Succotash
Sweaters from Succotash

Succotash

A great little vintage shop with furniture and accessories. 781 Raymond Ave., St. Paul, 651-603-8787

Classic Retro @ Pete's
Cups from Classic Retro @ Pete's

Classic Retro @ Pete’s

Like many vintage havens, it’s hit-or-miss, but it’s worth a stop for furnishings and accents. 2145 University Ave. W., St. Paul, 651-224-5235

Lamp from Golden Age Design

Golden Age Design

This Robbinsdale-based husband-and-wife duo scouts out and refinishes midcentury classics and Danish Modern pieces.

Furniture from Spinario

Spinario

This gallery in Prospect Park’s Art & Architecture Building is always full of midcentury furniture, lighting, barware, and accents. 3338 University Ave. SE, Mpls., 612-396-1860

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