We understand that Skagerak [ˈsɡæjɐʁaɡ] is not so easy to pronounce, so let us explain its meaning. A strait runs from the northernmost part of Denmark, connecting our tiny country with Norway and Sweden, the Scandinavian neighbors of ours. The strait is named Skagerrak (with double 'r's) – it has been historically crucial in the Nordic region's development.
The furniture of Skagerak has similarities with the strait: unchangeable and staying the same forever – yet it is on the move all the time and is presented in novel ways. Skagerak is traditional and old, but at the same time fresh and experimental – it constantly combines modern concepts with the traditions and know-hows deeply rooted in Nordic culture to create marvelous decor items.