Collectors Weekly, Andrew Hollingsworth, the author of Danish Modern, explains that Danish Modern reached its peak popularity in the post World War II era, a time of "suburban expansion and the growth of families. The furniture was very solid, well made, and family-friendly. ...It was always designed to live among people, to fit in with everything that was going on in a household." Our post How To: Take Care of Your Danish Modern Score, gives a nice summary of how best to care for Danish Modern teak furniture, which should be oiled regularly with teak oil (not Murphy's Oil Soap and certainly not furniture polish like Pledge). To avoid rings and marks, avoid getting teak wet and always use coasters! Images: FIRST ROW • 1 Anne, Alex and Augie’s Appealing Abode. • 2 Christopher’s “El Corazon” Mission Flat. • 3 Julie’s Jubilant Loft. • 4 Greg and Laura’s Space Maximizing Bungalow. • 5 Molly & Raul’s Green Muse. SECOND ROW • 6 Carrie’s Cool Calm and Collected House Tour. • 7 Liz’s Durham Digs. • 8 Cate’s California Cottage. • 9 Meg and Brad’s Student Sanctuary. • 10 Examples of Danish Modern coffee tables on sale online. Clockwise from top. One from Danish Modern LA for $695. Another from Etsy member Fabulous mess, $450. And a third from 1st Dibs for $550.