Copenhagen was featured in the February 2018 edition of Tucson Lifestyle Magazine! Check out the article to learn more about Danish Modern design, owner Jorgen Hansen's emigration to Tucson, and Copenhagen's 48th year as a local, family-owned business!
Are you thinking of redesigning your home, or rooms in your home, in the new year? Check out this article by San Antonio Express Magazine with tips from Copenhagen designers about designing a contemporary home for your lifestyle.
Hygge, pronounced “hoo-ga,” is a Danish word that most directly translates into English as “a feeling of comfort and coziness,” though its meaning extends far beyond the physical and emotional. “Hygge” is created when you feel at home and contented with where you are and who you are with.
Hygge is also referred to as an art of creating intimacy using decorations and design elements that help you embrace coziness and well-being. Check out the items in Copenhagen's Christmas collection that make us feel "hyggeligt"!
Copenhagen Interior Designer Maurice Brantley traveled to Paris in Fall 2017 and attended Paris Design Week. In this interview with Tu Casa Nueva magazine, Maurice discusses the highlights and trends he observed from his time there.
Wall art comes in all shapes, sizes, and materials, the most common perhaps being canvas paintings, prints, and wall sculptures. As you design your space, you can also use mirrors as art, especially the types we carry at Copenhagen. This article by the Austin Statesman highlights and describes the variety of sculpturesque mirrors you can find at Copenhagen.
What does your art say about your personality and your lifestyle? As you choose and arrange art for your home, consider reading this article, originally published by the Austin Statesman, for a few tips and thoughts on design and artistry.
Bamboo is one of the most sustainable materials in the world and is an eco-friendly, environmentally conscious choice for your home. Learn about why Copenhagen carries bamboo furniture that is beautiful, contemporary, and healthy for the planet. This article was originally published by the Austin Statesman for Copenhagen.
Are you redesigning a room in your home or looking to incorporate pieces of modern furniture into your existing space? Our Interior Design team has a few tips to offer you in this fun and informative "How To" article.
This article was published recently about Copenhagen’s founding and Danish modern roots. Check it out to learn more about the values and philosophies at Copenhagen’s core, as well as how Copenhagen cultivates "hygge" through its business practices and collection of modern and contemporary furniture.
The Danish concept of "hygge" is most directly translated into English as a "feeling of comfort and coziness." A person's surrounding environment, physical comfort, connections to others, and emotional state all influence their feeling of "hygge." This article offers a few strategies on how to bring more "hygge" into your daily life.
In April 1970, the first Copenhagen location opened in Phoenix, Arizona. After 47 years, Copenhagen has remained a family-owned and operated business that distinguishes itself through its dedication to providing high-quality customer service and a collection of functional, beautiful modern and contemporary home furnishings. The author interviewed owner Jorgen Hansen about Copenhagen's business and design philosophies.
In March 2016, Copenhagen celebrated Norwegian culture and design in collaboration with Ekornes of Norway - the world-renowned manufacturer of the Stressless recliners and sofas. Read about the author's experience at Norway Days and why she enjoyed attending.
Radio host Beth McDonald from 99.9 KEZ joins owner Erik Hansen in the Phoenix showroom to explore what she calls the "Copenhagen Equation", or Form + Function = Fabulous. Watch the video of the interview to see a few of Copenhagen's beautiful dining tables and to tour the showroom.