Scandinavian meets Mid-Century Dining

Scandinavian meets Mid-Century Dining

When it comes to sleek Scandinavian inspired minimalism, white and wood tones are like yin & yang. It’s a perfect balance that never fails to deliver on it’s promise of harmony. It’s a look that never goes out of style, it’s simple to achieve and you don’t have to blow your budget. If Scandinavian is your thing and the goal of your dining space is to state it in the simplest of terms, you can’t go wrong with our Eco-Natura collection of Danish Design inspired dining tables, which features a special white powder coated top that is virtually resistant to stains, scratches and burns, supported by a sturdy solid wood base.

Any iconic mid-century inspired chair with a walnut (or similar) finish could perfectly surround the Eco-Natura Anja Round Table (shown above), but we chose our Norman Bentwood Chair for a few reasons. For one, Norman Cherner (after which our reproduction is named) is one of our favorite mid-20th century designers, but most importantly, it’s one of the most stylistically versatile modern chairs you can get your hands on. They are also lightweight, comfortable due to it’s curved frame, and sport a highly-elegant exposed edge that shows off a 7-layer plywood core. This was a popular construction technique authentic to the era of mid-20th century Scandinavian design and has maintained popularity and relevance in today’s interior design scene.


Norman Bentwood Chair ($219 each)  ||   Eco-Natura Anja Round Dining Table  ($679)  ||  245-181P 1 Light Metal Framed Pendant ($228)  ||  Nested Large Cubes on Stand (Set of 2 – $199)  ||  Zulu Candle Holder I ($39)  ||  Zulu Candle Holder II ($35)  ||  Zulu Candle Holder III ($35)

(Pricing shown is current as of 12/28/15 and is subject to change)

About Alexandra Dedovitch

Alexandra Dedovitch has a B.A. in Multimedia Communications and English. She is a professional writer, artist and designer. Her passion for writing, travel and design has led her to settle her roots in Arizona, a hub for modern and eclectic style. She is the founder of Folk Heart Creations, a blog dedicated to travel and self-expression through art and design. She has worked for Inmod since 2013, both in-house and freelance.

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