Scandinavian furniture from Danish Homestore16 August 2010
Get your hands on a modern antique from Danish Homestore, a unique furniture retailer that's coming to The Scandinavia Show.
Danish Homestore, owned by Simon Harrison, is a unique furniture retailer specialising in Danish furniture classics - modern antiques.
A lot of savvy design enthusiasts have already discovered the treasure chest that is Danish Homestore and are paying regular visits to the Nottingham store for pieces to add to their collections.
However, there is still time to grab your own timeless piece of Scandinavian workmanship, when Danish Homestore brings their wonderful collection to this year's Scandinavia Show, which takes place on 9-10 October at the Olympia Conference Centre in London.
Danish Homestore has its base in an 18,000 sq foot showroom in Nottingham, which receives monthly shipments that promptly get added to their website and thereafter are shipped to clients all over the world.
At the Scandinavia Show, Danish Homestore will showcase a special selection of furniture classics from the likes of Hans Wegner, Poul Volther, Arne Jacobsen and Johannes Andersen.
The visitors will be able to view and buy any of these classic design pieces, which are bound to be a hit with Scandinavian design admirers, while also awakening the interest of visitors not yet familiar with the names of Danish architect furniture.
'The Danish Homestore team are all looking forward to the opportunity to show and educate visitors about why Danish furniture classics can be a comfortable investment, while also giving a unique style boost to the modern home and lifestyle,' explains Simon.
'We are always faced with the challenge of 'what is so special about that specific piece', which we take great pride in explaining.
The unique challenge presented at The Scandinavia Show is how to engage those who 'have seen the furniture the first time round' and interest a younger audience in the benefits of investing in Danish furniture classics'
With the expert advice and guidance of Simon Harrison, you could be converted into a real Danish design lover, and it is the perfect time for it as well.
'I see a time when Danish design classics will have reached such rare availability that only a select few can afford to invest,' says Simon. 'That's why now is the right time to secure your own Danish furniture classic.'
For more information, please visit: www.danish-homestore.com and www.scandinaviashow.co.uk