'Daisy' Stool / Sidetable – Warm Nordic

'Daisy' Stool / Sidetable – Warm Nordic

595.00

Maker: Warm Nordic | Denmark
Designer: Sabine Stougaard | Denmark
Year: 2017

The inspiration for this design was drawn from the Marguerite daisy. The name comes from the Greek word, margaritari, which means ‘pearl’. The Daisy stool will add a cute touch to your home and is wonderfully soft to sit on.

The velour cushion has a leather strap, so the cushion is easy to remove. Without the cushion the stool’s light, powder-coated metal frame makes a perfect side table. Choose from an abundance of subdued Warm Nordic colours.

Attributes:
- Contemporary Danish Design
- Premium Build Quality

Dimensions:
- ø 34cm, H 49cm

Materials:
- Frame: Powder Coated Steel
- Upholstery: Velour Fabric

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Made by Warm Nordic

Warm Nordic is a Danish company that celebrates the rich history of mid-century Scandinavian design alongside work from today's leading Scandinavian designers. The curated selection of furniture, lighting and design objects exude the warm, informal mood that for centuries has been the very essence of Scandinavian design.

All designs, whether classic or new, cultivate the essentially timeless Nordic spirit. Warm Nordic embraces Nordic beauty, understanding of materials and traditional craftsmanship.

I hope that many people will be delighted with this integrated, curated universe, which expresses the warm, informal mood so typical of Scandinavian design.
— Frantz Longhi | Warm Nordic
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Designed by Sabine Stougaard

The Danish designer, Sabine Stougaard sets out to surprise and please the eye. When designing, she goes into great detail with materials and techniques, exploring options and perfecting each and every design. The result is an aesthetic, graphic style, which is rooted in craftsmanship.

In her designs, Sabine Stougaard always pursues functionality and, preferably, flexibility. She draws inspiration from her travels around the world, when a colour, a surface, an object or maybe a silhouette seduces her eye.

 
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