These fantastic images of Finn Juhl’s home captured by photographer Roger Valentin Mandt exemplify everything I adore about scandinavian mid-century design. Each piece of furniture is practical, human-sized, tempered with an organic form made of teak and other warm woods. The rooms are cozy and comfortable, with calm tones, punctuated here and there by bright, primary color. It’s the kind of home I aspire to create one day.
These photos come from finnjuhl.com, a site created by Hansen & Sorensen, the only licensed producer of Juhl furniture. Their list of products currently in production is impressive (the Chiefain we mentioned yesterday is still available as a new piece), but after exploring Juhl’s home I’m left wondering why unique designs like his colorful storage cart or foldable bench/table aren’t still being made today. They oughtta be.