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Lucie Kaas revisits Scandinavian design from the 50s to the 70s

Lucie Kaas revisits Scandinavian design from the 50s to the 70s

Coat hooks, egg cups, vases but also dishes… Lucie Kaas sees life in vintage by revisiting classic and timeless objects of Scandinavian design from the 50s, 60s and 70s and working with designers from around the world. The collection aims to be neat and endearing while retaining the simplicity of these everyday objects. Discover in pictures the collection of the Danish brand and fall for an authentic touch at home!

Lotus tableware


Lucie Kaas The plates are complemented by a range of salad bowls with the Lotus motif in negative. Two different sizes available in colors like mint green, gray or dark blue. A highly design anniversary.

Wooden egg cups


Lucie Kaas This is without doubt one of the most popular objects of the brand because Esben Gravlev has revived the famous Nordic egg cup from the 60s and 70s. Each one represents a small wooden character painted by hand for a simple design and authentic that appeals to young and old alike. We divert them from the kitchen with pleasure to transform them into small decorative objects.

Ceramic pots


Lucie Kaas Inspired by the work of a family-owned factory in Thailand, the The Matee collection highlights patterns and 40-year-old know-how. Different sizes are available to serve as vases or simply as decorative objects. All for a graphic touch in your interior.

The coat hooks reinvented


Lucie Kaas With the Japanese designer Megumi Ito, the Danish brand is reinventing traditional wall hooks by focusing on functionality. Result? The coat hooks transform into large clothes pins to hang and hang whatever you think is necessary. The decorative touch and more!

Vases of elegance


Lucie Kaas This series of vase brings together different shapes and colors to create a real decor of still life inspired by Japanese landscapes. A poetry accentuated by the mat glass which gives the collection of vases lightness and elegance.

Iconic ceramics


Lucie Kaas In the 1920s and 1930s, Christian Schollert was a pioneer in ceramic design. We owe him a purer and more industrial design than that of the time, like this vase and this candy dish that take up the designer's historic form.

The funny dolls


Lucie Kaas Lucie Kaas and the designer Backy Kemp revisit the traditional Japanese Kokeshi with a series of 16 wooden dolls which take up the icons of fashion and design (Karl Lagerfeld, Coco Chanel etc…) to make them into real design totems.

Iconic coat hooks


Lucie Kaas On the same principle, the figures of the characters of art and design are found on wooden coat hooks which give a graphic and fun style to your wall. An object between work of art and practical design.

Wooden ducks


Lucie Kaas We are far from the decorative ducks in the garish colors that we used to appreciate. Here the Danish designer Theodor Skjode Knudsen excels in the exercise of carved wood and offers an object with a simple and elegant design. A timeless.