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Quiet Luxury Living: The Scandi Miami Condo

Quiet Luxury Living: The Scandi Miami Condo

You need this, I promise . . . the Modern Miami Condo

How do you style Scandinavian design in Miami? This week I want to inspire you to take your sparkly new condo to the next level. Our friends at the exceptional design firm 1508 London are working on the stunning new Miami Cipriani Residences and so I've curated this week's collection just as I'd place it in one of their gorgeous condos overlooking Biscayne Bay.

For a modern luxe aesthetic that's not over the top, consider a refined Scandinavian look featuring a few mid-century classics alongside pieces by emerging designers. A visually interesting space is often a mix of period styles, materials, curves, and crisp edges.

For the Scandi Miami condo, I've selected some iconic furniture and lighting to accompany a few modern pieces by newer designers and artists. An exceptional condo demands a certain refinement, but with the stunning water views I wanted to keep things airy and light; for this look I love a glass, acrylic, stainless steel, white marble, cream boucle, and just a touch of pale rose.

Below are just a few favorites from our collection to achieve the ultimate quiet-luxury-in-Miami vibe. I've kept height in mind, since a lower profile a key to taking in sunrise over the Bay!

  1. The Aalto Vase by Iittala | Designed by Alvar Aalto, 1937. This hand blown glass vase is a Nordic design essential. Perfect for a few palm leaves and tropical blooms! It was designed by one of Finland's most celebrated designers, Alvar Aalto, who created it for the World Fair in Paris, France in 1937.

  2. The PH Artichoke Anniversary Edition by Louis Poulsen | Originally designed by Danish great Poul Henningsen, 1956. This is a fresh take on a modernist classic. It feels a bit space age, but oh-so-elegant with its anniversary finishes of a matte white outside and a pale rose hue inside. The fact that it's a limited edition makes me want it even more.

  3. The PK22 Chair in Wicker by Fritz Hansen | Designed by Poul Kjærholm, 1956. Of all the Mid-Century Modern Danish designers, Poul Kjærholm makes my top-five favorites list. This is the ultimate Florida lounge chair in wicker, but with a light silhouette and an intensely modern stainless steel frame. We will soon have a pair of perfectly refurbished vintage PK22's in our Miami showroom!

  4. Komorebi Candle by Frama | Wait until you try the earthy candles from Danish company Frama. Their herbal scents are cult favorites. I love the St. Paul's apothecary in Copenhagen where they've dreamed up a stunning showroom for furniture and bath products, as well as a cozy cafe.

  5. The Dandy Sofa by Mass Productions | Designed by Chris Martin, 2015. Curved sofas are really having a moment. This is one of my favorites. I got to check it out at the Stockholm Furniture Fair this winter and we'll soon have one in our showroom for you to try. Fun fact: You may have seen this in Louis Vuitton stores.

  6. The PP701 Minimal Chair by PP Møbler | Designed by Hans J. Wegner, 1965. This is the ultimate, refined modern condo dining chair. The craftsmanship is stunning and the minimalist design is pitch perfect for a modern condo setting.

  7. The Cross Plex Coffee Table by Karakter Copenhagen | Designed by Bodil Kjær, 1959. This is a total Mid-century must. It's so clean and very Miami with its clean design, acrylic base and glass top.

  8. The PH Pale Rose Pendant by Louis Poulsen | Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1926. To match the chandelier and the sunset.