Dania Furniture is a resource that pops up time and again in our comment threads and Midwestern House Tours. They've opened a new store in the Algonquin Galleria that features a wide selection of their affordable contemporary furniture. Functional and reasonably priced, Dania products are rooted in a twenty-year history of quality European design. In addition to the Algonquin location, Dania has stores in Lombard, Northbrook, Orland Park, and Hoffman Estates. Click below for a few selections from the new store...
The Verona Desk ($349) is a simple, versatile piece that's perfect for a home office. A glass top floats on a dark wood base, and a keyboard/pencil tray slides out from underneath the tabletop. For extra storage space, pair it with the Verona bookshelf or mobile file pedestal.
The new Savio white leather sofa ($1,495) features a modern design with a floating arm and seat back. The chrome block legs reinforce the sleek shape, which comes in glacier white or black with two leather accent pillows.
The Adria Sectional ($1,995) is designed for a comfortable living room with a modern edge. Upholstered in microfiber fabric or leather, it stands up to everyday wear while maintaining its sleek, simple lines. Deep cushions are perfect for lounging in front of the fireplace or TV.
The Reflections Bed ($895 for a queen) is handcrafted in Oregon from Pacific Coast maple. Available in mocha stained or natural cherry wood, the design incorporates gently flared posts and legs. The bed compliments Dania's Reflections nightstand, high chest, and double dresser: a deep-drawer storage series with bronze or gold mackintosh pulls. Top drawers are lined with cedar.
A Scandinavian classic from Denmark, the Kolding Dining Table ($1,595) works well for everyday use or planned dinner parties. The table stores 3 normal leaves and 3 optional extension leaves that transform it from a 6-seater, to a 12-seater, to a table that seats up to 18 guests. Available in light cherry or dark wood, this is one of Dania's most flexible dining pieces.