Kindly sponsored by Carl Hansen & Søn, all words and pictures are my own.
When you only have a small living space, like our 30 m2 / 322 f2 cabin, every single item needs to be carefully selected. If it takes up too much space or proves to be impractical you’ve just lost an entire section of your home! It was in this vein I set out to find the perfect armchair!

The answer came in the form of the foldable FK10 Plico ChairA little background: designed by Jørgen Kastholm in 1963 and relaunched in 2021 by Carl Hansen & Sønthe Plico chair takes up as little space as possible when not in use, while offering supreme comfort thanks to the ergonomic shape, soft upholstery and adjustable neck rest! 

It’s one of those items that fell immediately into place and felt like it was meant to be! Not only is it undeniably beautiful, it’s also incredibly sturdy and comfortable too! In fact, when Per sat down for the first time he exclaimed: ”Finally, a comfortable armchair in the house!” And of course, being slim and foldable it’s really practical for a small space too. 

It takes its name from the Latin word ‘to fold’, and true to all good Danish design, it has been carefully crafted with honest materials that will only get better with age, including a certified solid oak frame, leather armrests, brass fittings and a stitched linen canvas seat. 

Needless to say, we absolutely love it –  it’s our new favourite piece of furniture. Although, I also am aware that we are not so much as ‘owning’ it, we are merely taking care of for the next generation!  

While you’re here, I am also keen to share a couple of snaps of another lovely Carl Hansen & Søn piece: the RF200 Table Lamp

Also known as the petal lamp, it’s designed by Rikke Frost and combines warm wood with metal and emits a lovely, mood enhancing ambience. I felt this combination worked best for our cabin, but it’s also available in eight other versions! 

All that’s missing now is a lit candle and a glass of wine and we’re ready for a ‘hyggelig’ weekend! 

Are you also a fan of iconic Danish design?

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I have been receiving so many messages about issues with the My Scandinavian Home email subscription. Thank you so much for alerting me to this, I apologise for the issue. Blogger has stopped offering the service (very annoying!) so I am now looking into replacing it with something else and hope to launch a new newsletter as early as Monday. I’ll come back to you as soon as it is set up so that you can subscribe and receive email post notifications once again. Thank you so much for your support and stopping by to read my posts, I appreciate it so much!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Niki

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Kindly sponsored by Carl Hansen & Søn, all words and pictures are my own.
When you only have a small living space, like our 30 m2 / 322 f2 cabin, every single item needs to be carefully selected. If it takes up too much space or proves to be impractical you’ve just lost an entire section of your home! It was in this vein I set out to find the perfect armchair!

The answer came in the form of the foldable FK10 Plico ChairA little background: designed by Jørgen Kastholm in 1963 and relaunched in 2021 by Carl Hansen & Sønthe Plico chair takes up as little space as possible when not in use, while offering supreme comfort thanks to the ergonomic shape, soft upholstery and adjustable neck rest! 

It’s one of those items that fell immediately into place and felt like it was meant to be! Not only is it undeniably beautiful, it’s also incredibly sturdy and comfortable too! In fact, when Per sat down for the first time he exclaimed: ”Finally, a comfortable armchair in the house!” And of course, being slim and foldable it’s really practical for a small space too. 

It takes its name from the Latin word ‘to fold’, and true to all good Danish design, it has been carefully crafted with honest materials that will only get better with age, including a certified solid oak frame, leather armrests, brass fittings and a stitched linen canvas seat. 

Needless to say, we absolutely love it –  it’s our new favourite piece of furniture. Although, I also am aware that we are not so much as ‘owning’ it, we are merely taking care of for the next generation!  

While you’re here, I am also keen to share a couple of snaps of another lovely Carl Hansen & Søn piece: the RF200 Table Lamp

Also known as the petal lamp, it’s designed by Rikke Frost and combines warm wood with metal and emits a lovely, mood enhancing ambience. I felt this combination worked best for our cabin, but it’s also available in eight other versions! 

All that’s missing now is a lit candle and a glass of wine and we’re ready for a ‘hyggelig’ weekend! 

Are you also a fan of iconic Danish design?

***
I have been receiving so many messages about issues with the My Scandinavian Home email subscription. Thank you so much for alerting me to this, I apologise for the issue. Blogger has stopped offering the service (very annoying!) so I am now looking into replacing it with something else and hope to launch a new newsletter as early as Monday. I’ll come back to you as soon as it is set up so that you can subscribe and receive email post notifications once again. Thank you so much for your support and stopping by to read my posts, I appreciate it so much!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Niki