New offerings: Clever home accessories by Normann Copenhagen

Normann Copenhagen launched four new home accessories, and re-introduced two.

The decorative carvings “Shorebird” and “Swan” are hand-carved pieces in solid oak, and are available in multiple sizes with a choice of different leg colors for Shorebird and two incarnations for Swan — black or natural wood.  “Squeezer” is made of soft silicone and hard plastic, and comes in five colors. “Box” is a multi-use steel table by Peter Johanson, and it can function as a coffee table, side table or nightstand. “Curve” is a wooden hook in the shape of a capital J.  Meanwhile, “Swat” is Hans Hornemann’s solid ash handle.

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