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The Most Beautiful Design Classics

Interior pieces that are worth to invest in

By Anaïs Eleni

Trends come and go, but design classics stay: with this motto we should regularly remind ourselves that although new trends may always be enjoyed, investing in ongoing classics is a long-term pleasure - and also much more sustainable. That's why we've gathered our five favorite design classics here, which will make every minimalist interior heart beat faster in no time!

1. Panthella by Louis Poulsen
There are some beautiful lamp classics, but this one is and remains my absolute favorite: The Panthella lamp designed by Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen. The model by the Danish designer, produced for the first time in 1971, casts a very comfortable light thanks to its mushroom-shape and also impresses with its organic design. For me, it is the perfect lamp for soft, diffused room light and a relaxed atmosphere in the living room. SHOP HERE

2. Wishbone Chair by Carl Hansen
The Wishbone Chair by Hans J. Wegner, designed in 1949, is one of the most famous designs of the past century. The classic from Carl Hansen & Søn symbolizes the pursuit of organic simplicity, comfort and stability, which marked the beginning of Danish modernism. To this day, the Wishbone Chair is considered to be one of the most iconic designs of its era - and that far beyond the borders of Denmark. Despite its high and unmistakable recognition value, the Wishbone Chair is minimalist enough to be able to complement and add to the dining table without any problems. SHOP HERE


3. Wassily Chair from Knoll International
Hardly any other design lets us indulge in Bauhaus nostalgia like the Wassily Chair designed by Marcel Breuer. The modern look, which hit the zeitgeist of all purists when it first appeared in 1925, has always been considered the epitome of industrial chic. While the frame is made of chrome-plated, seamlessly formed tubular steel, the seat and backrest are made of sturdy leather. Then as now an eye-catcher! SHOP HERE


4. Sideboard from USM Haller
The modular sideboard by USM Haller is the perfect piece of furniture for the private bar in the kitchen, the TV board in the living room or the filing cabinet in the office thanks to its multiple, individual division options. The practical shelving system impresses with its diverse design - and not only in terms of shape, but also in the color! The minimalists among us can fall back on neutral tones, while the variety of colors also allows bright tones such as ruby ​​red or yellow gold. Either way, one thing is clear: the USM Haller sideboard is an unmistakable design classic that is always worth investing in. SHOP HERE


5. Noguchi Coffee Table from Vitra
Not only do we love Isamu Noguchi's glass table - the designer himself also called his coffee table one of his favorite pieces of furniture. The sculptural coffee table by the American designer and sculptor gets its distinctive look from two wooden legs that are at right angles to each other and that support a rounded glass plate. A striking and at the same time timeless and minimalist design, which blends wonderfully in every living room and provides that certain something at any time. SHOP HERE

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