Made from solid German Douglas Pine from Dinesen, the Reykjavik daybed from Skagerak Denmark is one of the latest design pieces by Included Middle. Furniture designer Chris L. Halstrøm and textile designer Margrethe Odgaard formed ‘Included Middle’ in 2014 and an important aspect of their working process is an interest in the interactions of form, colours and patterns. Coming from separate professional areas, it is their dogma that both areas should be present in their products. Form, function, pattern and colours affect each other mutually.
I came across the daybed while looking at My kind of Styling the new blog of Catrine Svellingen, a interior stylist and content creator based in Bergen, who works in the same range as Wen and I with our project w/ Style. Talking about w/ Style, we sadly had to postpone our shoot that was plannend last week, and will get back on track as soon as it is safe to travel again. Blog and Social Media collaborations luckily are not affected by the common ‘new’, and to be honest most important is we all come safe through this period in time.
Reykjavik daybed from Skagerak Denmark is inspired by the colours and distinctive architecture on Iceland. Pictures in this post are made by Catrine who is the lucky owner of one of the beautiful daybeds.