Bathroom Remodel Ideas

Get inspired to remodel your bathroom with these practical bath items.

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A few simple adjustments and you can transform the Flip Around Stool from a tray to hold all your bathroom essentials into a a surprisingly comfortable stool.

The Towel Ladder is an informal and flexible piece of furniture made for storing towels and accessories in the bathroom. Norm Architects explain “Our work is firmly rooted in Scandinavian design tradition. When a recognizable form gets an original twist, the products seems more fun to use. We have now incorporated this principle in the bathroom, where cleanliness is of paramount importance”.

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Light, uniform lines and rounded bases create a bathroom series characterized by understated elegance. This is all that is needed to create a pleasingly clean focal point in your bathroom. With functional details all around, the Bath series from Menu is both hygienic and user-friendly.

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How to Style an Office

Here are some practical items for your office to boost your productivity without interrupting your flow.


Snaregade Table, Oval, by Norm Architects / Studio WM Dining Chair by Studio WM

The Snaregade Table by Norm Architects was originally designed as table specifically for Bjarne Hansen, the creative director and founder at Menu; however, Norm also decided to manufacture some tables for their own studio. The WM dining chair is great because of its light and airy appearance and the thin structure of the wire frame that gives it a delicate feel.

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Wire Bin by Norm Architects

Norm Architects make it a virtue to focus on quality, durability and timelessness with this wire bin. They tried for something simple, but also visually strong.


Tribeca Reade Table Lamp by Soren Rose

The Reade Table Lamp was inspired by New York City glamour in the late 1930’s. The name Tribeca refers to a very popular part of New York on lower west Manhattan, the triangle below Canal Street.


My Spot by Jan & Henry (Photo Credit: Jennifer Hagler)

MySpot is formed of three anchors, a weight, and string. This is perfect for the office because it can hold a calendar, schedule, message, sketch, postal order, hotel reservation, or a postcard from travel. You can have all that you need within sight in a well arranged and impressive composition.


Stick System by Jan & Henry/ Metal Wall Clock by Norm Architects

The Stick System is a multi-functional shelving system. This is perfect for the office to store all work related item such as documents, notebooks, books, writing utensils, or whatever you seem fit. The wall clock is a celebration of materiality, color, and simplicity.





So… They’re Shelves?

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Have you ever had a shelving system that can be configured into whatever you need? With wooden sticks and joints of steel the versatile Stick System can be transformed into a hanging clothing rack, work table, and a shelving system. This is easily assembled and offer multi-functional solutions for residential use. As an add-on to the shelving system, light steel plates work as mobile shelves for placing books, plates, lamps and other objects.



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Endlessly Configurable

The stick system comes in many different varieties and is highly configurable. Regardless of what specific configuration you purchase, you can re-arrange the building blocks as you see fit.

  • 1 x 2: 28.9″w x 22.8″h x 19.7″d
  • 1 x 3: 28.9″w x 37.7″h x 19.7″d
  • 1 x 4: 28.9″w x 52.5″h x 19.7″d
  • 1 x 5: 28.9″w x 67.4″h x 19.7″d
  • 3 x 2: 76.9″w x 22.8″h x 19.7″d
  • 3 x 3: 76.9″w x 37.7″h x 19.7″d
  • 3 x 4: 76.9″w x 52.5″h x 19.7″d
  • 3 x 5: 76.9″w x 67.4″h x 19.7″d


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Stick System is presented in various color combinations and wooden hues, and with maximum attention to detail, the combined wood and steel structure perfectly harmonizes with the chosen color palate for a clean, soft and light appearance we refer to as Soft Minimalism. The organic construction of Stick System is the creation of Czech designers Jan Plecháč and Henry Wielgus, who in recent years have earned recognition for their design philosophy.

The Designers

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Jan and Henry mention, “We wanted to create a clever and aesthetically beautiful design solution for a modern generation: Stick System can be extended and adapted to fit different spaces. It enables multiple options, which makes it a pragmatic interior solution to today’s increasing needs,” comments Jan Plecháč. They are equally as grounded as their design, and when asked about the most important aspect to consider as a designer, their answer is unanimous: “Being as responsible as possible to the planet and to the people that inhabit it”.


Photo Credit: Tariq Dixon, TRNK

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5 Creative Side Tables

Innovative side tables with unique designs and practical functions.

Cage Table

The Cage Table is a light and functional storage unit – used to beautify and light up all the empty and boring spaces of the world. Designers, Form Us With Love, mention “The Cage collection has a strong functional ambition while the pieces also become beautiful interior accessories”.

Turning Table

German designer Theresa Arns set out to design a simple side table with built in storage space for whatever you need at hand in the living room. The design of the Turning Table is elegant, distinct, and very welcoming. Arns explains, “I was looking for an unpretentious but elegant way to open the storage container under the top plate and got the idea to open the lid by rotating it around one of the legs”.

Yeh Table

Yeh Wall Table is designed by Taiwan-based designer, Kenyon Yeh. He found the inspiration for this mobile side-table after observing a cheerleading practise at a neighbouring school in his hometown.

Stick System

Designers Jan and Henry mention how “it enables multiple options, which makes it a pragmatic interior solution to today’s increasing needs”. The Stick System can be used as a side table, a bookshelf, a nightstand, a shelving system, or whatever you desire.

Flip Around Table

A few simple adjustments and you can transform the Flip Around chair from a tray in the hallway, to the table holding your afternoon coffee, into a surprisingly comfortable stool. Norm Architects strived for a mix of the new and the classic.

Furniture That Does More

Here are a few pieces of furniture to make your life much more simple with its versatile functions.

Turning Table


Due to its size and storage function the Turning Table looks great by the couch in the living room or as a bedside table for books, magazines or tissues. It will also suit lobbies, relaxed meeting rooms, waiting areas, cafes or restaurants.


Theresa Arns explains, “I was looking for an unpretentious but elegant way to open the storage container under the top plate and got the idea to open the lid by rotating it around one of the legs. The metal sticks help stabilize the construction and complements the expression of the wooden table.”

Afteroom Bench


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The Afteroom Bench is yet a supplement to the Afteroom Chair, constituting the same concept, which is a tribute to Bauhaus and functionalism, reducing the amount of material to a minimum and enhancing the aesthetic appearance to a maximum. Often a side table will be seen next to a bench; so why not, logically, transform the two into one piece? By changing the backrest into a plate, the result is more than stylish.

Cage Table

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The Cage Table is both a storage unit and a table. This is suitable as a side table next to the sofa, your favorite lounge chair, in the hall way or the bedroom. The basket under the wooden table top is ideal for storing magazines, knitting or warm socks. A light and functional storage unit, to beautify and light up all the empty and boring spaces of the world.

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FUWL says, “The cage family is inspired by new behaviors – where we put our objects in the home and how we can store things. The Cage collection has a strong functional ambition while the pieces also become beautiful interior accessories”.

Flip Around Chair

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A few simple adjustments and you can transform the Flip Around chair from the key-keeping tray in the hallway, to the table holding your afternoon coffee and into a surprisingly comfortable stool. A new multi-functional piece of furniture that can assist you all over the house, kind of like the butler you never had.


Brilliant New Sofa Arriving Soon!

We are very excited to announce our new Godot Sofa by Isko-Berlin coming out this September! Godot is a comfortable and inviting sofa series comprising of the 2 and 3 seater, as well as an armchair. The inner “spaces” of the sofa are designed in sizes allowing for a comfortable seating position without limiting the freedom to move around and stretch your legs.


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Iskos – Berlin Design is a partnership between Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos. The firm operates within the fields of industrial, furniture and graphic design. This enterprise was only established in late 2010, but Boris and Aleksej had worked together for a number of years prior to setting up shop together. In 1987, Boris co-founded Komplot Design, where Aleksej was employed as an assistant for more than 11 years. This long and fruitful cooperation engendered a shared design philosophy.



The exterior vertical and rectangular surfaces allow for easy and natural placement of couches along with and close to walls as well as positioned centrally in the room; and, likewise, the feasibility of placing the furniture side by side as well as back to back. This feature makes Godot very usable in private as well as in public spaces.

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Byoh Matcha Bar Takes Green Tea to the Next Level

The hallmark of Matcha tea is the method of cultivation where tea fields are covered for the last weeks before the harvest. A cloth reduces the amount of sunlight and forces plants to produce more chlorophyll and amino acids in order grow, giving Matcha tea a unique composition. Denmark’s first Matcha bar, Byoh, just opened up in Copenhagen, and Menu was pegged for furnishing the cafe. We are proud to show off some of our newest products in Byoh.


Menu Stick System by Jan and Henry


Dining Chair by Afteroom. Cafe Table by Afteroom


Hanging Vessel by Wrk-shp. Counter Stool by Afteroom.


Cylindrical Storage by Alexa Lixfeld. Lid Plate by Norm Architects. New Norm Bowl by Norm Architects.


Pepe Marble Mirror by STUDIOPEPE. Cube Candleholder by Erik Olovsson. Concrete Vase by Hanne. Watering Can by Anderssen & Voll.


Wire Pot by Norm Architects. Wire Base by Norm Architects.

Must Haves for your Bedroom!

We’ve gathered a few items to make your life much more simple.

The minimalist design of these products will add the perfect amount of elegance to your bedroom!



Metal Wall Clock by Norm Architects (DK)

The Metal Wall Clock is a celebration of materiality, color, and simplicity. Reducing the clock to its most essential elements, the designers are focused on the simple hands and the round clock face. The clock is available in 2 material combinations – a mirror-polished steel version and a brushed-brass version. The smooth finish makes the clock unobtrusive an enduring and timeless addition to a home. It can also be used in living rooms or offices as well as in dining rooms or kitchens.

MODERNISM-REIMAGINED-15Tumbler Alarm Clock by Norm Architects (DK)

When the alarm goes off, waking you – you simply take the clock and turn it upside down to stop the alarm. It is a fabulously decorative piece and, therefore, it is equally useful on your office desk, next to the bed, or even in the kitchen. You will not find a more elegant alarm clock. With its rounded bottom and no-tilt design, the Norm Tumbler alarm clock is decorative, practical and fun to interact with.


jwda concrete lamp loc1JWDA Concrete Lamp by Jonas Wagell (SE)

Classic with the right amount of twist—the design blends the delicate and the raw into a beautiful little table lamp that provides a soft and cosy light. The G9 frosted bulb, adjustable by the flick of a hand, allows you to decide the type of ambience you prefer in your bedroom. The JWDA Concrete Lamp looks great in any room; and it can also be used on a side table, by the window or on the office desk. This is, indeed, tremendously eye-catching, yet truly simple design at its best.

Menu_Salone del Mobile 2016_14Conic Table Lamp by Thomas Bentzen (DK)

Practical, yet friendly and playful… Through an exploration of geometry and asymmetry, this Conic lamp sports a cone-shaped shade in painted metal, cocked at a pleasingly jaunty angle. The touch sensitive top of the lamp moves through three different brightness levels.


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The Rain Blanket and Cushion are used for relaxed cozy moments while the colors and patterns serve as decorative eye-catchers. Because of the great wool material, the pattern and neutral colors, ‘Rain’ will fit in many different contexts and has the potential to become a life-long companion. The designers Signe Hytte & Kristina Kjær elaborate, “We are fascinated by – and take great pride in – using the old craft traditions in new ways. Knitwear is typically seen in the fashion industry so we thought it would be interesting to take the same quality and history, and use it for a series of blankets and pillows.”

ALL_Teddy_Afteroom_NepalTeddy by Afteroom (SE)

The Teddy is the mascot for our entire Nepal Project, bringing sustainable employment to vulnerable Nepali women. This soft wool Teddy can not only be a perfect decoration for the bedroom, but can also be used as a beloved toy.

NEPAL-PROJECTS-11Cotton bag by Norm Architects (DK)

This laundry basket, also part of the Nepal Project, can be used as a flexible hamper for smart storage and swift transportation. It’s minimal design is perfect for the bedroom!



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Jewelry Box by Theresa Arns (DE)

This jewelry box has a sleek design which creates a simple and geometric expression and a very sculptural character, whether it is open or closed. This is perfect to store all your small, precious and personal items such as your jewelry or tiny office items. You can sort your stuff the way you like it in the small partitions of the box and use the built-in mirror when you’re putting on your makeup or jewelry—or if you just want to check your hair during the day.

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This beautifully crafted norm collector is made of powder coated steel and has four arms for necklaces, bracelets or earrings, a tray base to hold rings, ear studs or brooches and a small platform on top where you can display your favorite of the week.

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Finger rings, bracelets, chains and earrings – all find their place on the jewelry tree which is just as beautiful and sculptural as it is fascinatingly simple. In daily use it is not only decorative, but provides you with a good overview of what you can choose among. Louise Christ, the designer, has used mirror-finished aluminium which both tolerates use and has the necessary weight to carry your jewelry without tipping over.


Pepe Marble Mirror_Location_2015_03Pepe Marble Mirror by STUDIOPEPE (ITA)

Not only is this marble mirror beautifully crafted, but it’s also solid, durable and meant to last. Year after year after year. The classic design and clean aesthetics, inspired by the style in late 50’s Italy, give the mirror a great iconic value. An object to be used and enjoyed everyday –maybe even passed on to future generations. STUDIOPEPE want their designs to be durable enough to last. Like, really last.

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The Norm mirror is a beautiful piece of design with simple aesthetics, powerful looks and fine details. This is designed to lean against the wall—or to go, stand or hang wherever you find best. Norm Architects found the simplest possible solution and cut to the bone without forgetting the beauty of the shape or the details—all in order to reach a point where nothing added or subtracted will make the product better.



Marble Wall Clock – Tribute to Timekeeping

Menu Marble Wall ClockDecorative, uncomplicated and made from natural honest materials, Marble Wall Clock is an elegant object that helps you keep up while looking back.

“With smartphones replacing traditional clocks in our society we’d like to see a renaissance of the classic wall clock, an object not only beautiful but also highly distinguished. The Marble Wall Clock exudes nostalgia, and we’ve chosen a material combination that speaks to most human senses, something very important as a designer”, says Norm Architects’ Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen.

The Marble Wall Clock arrives in mid-May and is available for pre-order right now.

Raw on the Outside, Smooth on the Inside

(Original article and photos by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen for, translation by Nicholas Frickelton)


It’s delightfully liberating not to have to fight with with too many conventions, and this is usually the case in our collaborations with private builders.

We recently finished work on a total renovation of a beautiful old home in the cozy “Kartoffelrække” Quarter of Østerbro. We previously collaborated with the builders on a minimalist apartment project in Frederiksberg. This time however, they demanded an even more thorough minimalist implementation, where the interior is transformed into a tight, entirely white and zen-like abode without superfluous details. It was also important for the rooms in this old home – with a small floor plan – to feel as airy as possible, and the three floors to be connected vertically to function as one multi-floor apartment – not the separate apartments originally intended with the building.

After tearing out everything from the interior and working on the home for months, the experience – of stepping into the house down the street with the raw bricks, small dollhouses and greens trees – is a surprising and visual experience. Although the interior appears like a smooth white diamond, it is actually both a cozy and cleansing experience to move around the clean, smooth rooms which grab the body and shift the focus to the people, the dog and the scattered sculptural furniture and lamps in the home.

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