Vipp, a renowned Danish industrial design company, began its journey in 1939 when metalworker Holger Nielsen crafted a durable pedal-controlled bin for his wife's salon. Over the years, the bin became a staple in Danish clinics and ultimately found its place in the permanent design collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York in 2009. Today, the family-owned and family-driven business offers a diverse range of functional and stylish products for the kitchen and bathroom.
The company's legacy continues with the second and third generations of the family at the helm. Jette Egelund, Holger's youngest daughter, took over the company in 1992, and later, her two children, Kasper and Sofie, joined her in the mission to bring Holger's principles of functionality into private homes. In 2019, Vipp celebrated its 80th anniversary and expanded its offerings to include a complete collection of furniture, designed to complement their architectural projects such as the Vipp Hotel. Vipp's dedication to producing high-quality, long-lasting products has made it a prominent name in the furniture industry.
Hay, a Danish furniture brand, offers bold, quirky designs and strong color options. Though they lack style variety, their unique designs like hole-punch tabletops and wavy benches add a kick to any space, continuing Denmark's iconic furniture tradition.
Interior Icons offers high-quality, affordable designer furniture through a direct-to-consumer model, eliminating unnecessary costs. Known for mid-century-inspired pieces, meticulous quality assurance, fast shipping, a 365-day return policy, and a 10-year warranty.