Living room

Living rooms are those special spaces where families and guests gather for relaxing and socialising. Fritz Hansen’s range of soft furnishings, lighting and accessories has options to suit every taste where style, mood and considerations for comfort and function go hand-in-hand.


The exquisitely crafted, decorative Rocking Horse brings a sculptural expression and a symbol of craft history into your home. Outwardly playful, the Rocking Horse represents ambitions in 1946 that pushed beyond what was possible to create with pressure moulded veneer. The archive sketch from which it is created marks the beginning of an era where moulded veneer would shape the design world and Fritz Hansen for decades to come with the introduction of the Ant™ chair in 1952 and the Series 7™ chair in 1955, both designed by Arne Jacobsen.


Poul Kjærholm’s light and minimalistic PK4™ lounge chair brings a modern relaxed elegance to your living spaces. The striking PK4™ radiates Poul Kjærholm's distinctive elegance through a light, minimalistic expression in steel and flag halyard. It perfectly exemplifies Kjærholm's visionary approach where art and design intersect. Designed in 1952, the lounge chair was originally made as a limited edition for family and friends.

Consisting of two materials - one unbroken halyard length and seven steel tubing pieces welded into a unified frame- the PK4™ comes in three possible configurations: Black powder-coated steel with natural halyard; Stainless steel with natural halyard; or Stainless steel with black halyard. An additional cushion for extra comfort and a different expression is available in three configurations: Natural canvas, Black canvas and Black Grace leather.


Beautifully shaped, light and agile, the oak Tray Table from 1958 embodies classic elegance and practicality for the home. Perfect for modern and classic homes, the dual side table and folding tray table adds functionality and beauty to living spaces. The Tray Table was originally created for the staff of Fritz Hansen in 1958. It received compliments for its organic shape and light, tapered legs and was put into production by popular demand. Today, the versatile table is offered in sizes ø60 and ø45 in oak and black coloured oak.


Like the glistening of an icy sea, the delicate sparkle and textured touch of Fauske arctic marble embody captivating visual and sensory dimensions. Sourced in the town of Fauske inside Norway’s Arctic Circle, the material stays close to Kjærholm's original use of Scandinavian stone. Fauske marble is available on all Poul Kjærholm marble tables including the striking and iconic PK61™ coffee table.


The award-winning design of the KAISER idell™ lamps is characterised by designer, Christian Dell’s ability to create elegant design with the basic hallmarks of Modernism: geometric shapes. A recognised symbol of noble Bauhaus design, exquisite choice of material and precise engineering, the KAISER idell™ lamp series is available in a range of beautiful colours including Olive Green and Venetian Red – two new hues specially selected from the Carla Sozzani curated colours for the Fritz Hansen collection.