Blog Category: News + Events Page 1 of 1 About Danish Teak Classics Interior Design UnitMarch 1st, 2018Danish Teak Classics provides residential and small-scale commercial interior design services to the public – both current customers and new […] Continue Reading Finally, The Chest You’ve Always Wanted… Design Lover’s Sale on NOWFebruary 4th, 201710-50% off of everything in our showroom and warehouse. Now through Feb 19th 2017. Minneapolis Showroom Hours: Tuesday 10-4, Wed-Friday […] Continue Reading Save The Date: DTC Design Lover’s Sale Starts Feb 4th!January 27th, 2017Feb 4th – Feb 19th 2017, 10-50% off of everything in our showroom and warehouse. Continue Reading Danish Teak Classics in an East Isles homeNovember 28th, 2016Recently, we helped some wonderful clients furnish their newly-remodeled Minneapolis home. A strategic mixture of vintage modern and new pieces […] Continue Reading New ArrivalsFebruary 27th, 2016These design lover’s favorites just hit the showroom floor. Please inquire for further information. Continue Reading more dining pieces here….September 10th, 2015It’s difficult sometimes to keep up with our online inventory! Here are some additional dining pieces, new to the showroom […] Continue Reading Spring 2015 Container ShipmentJuly 15th, 2015Newly arrived from Denmark. Here are a select few pieces from the 2015 collection, all awaiting restoration. View more on […] Continue Reading It’s Still Easter To MeApril 10th, 2015Bojesen Rabbit circa 1948 Continue Reading Kähler: A Ceramic LegacyApril 23rd, 2013Mid-century Denmark was chock-full of small ceramic shops, a few of which gained fame from their collaborative relationships with well-known […] Continue Reading The Scandinavian Summer HouseSeptember 18th, 2011 Fall temperatures have whipped into the twin cities, reminding us that summer does not last forever in Minnesota. The […] Continue ReadingGet the Latest Sign up to receive emails about our design inspirations, projects, sales events, and more.Email* NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.