Bernhard Pedersen & Søn

Bernhard Pedersen und Sohn

The Danish design classics by Bernhard Pedersen & Søn were reissued in the original design at the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2016.

Danish craftsmanship since 1902

The Danish furniture manufacturer Bernh. Pedersen & Sohn has a long and strong history in the furniture and cabinet industry, all the way back to 1902. In three generations, the family business has manufactured and sold classic Danish furniture, in many different parts of the world.

Especially the period 1950 – 1970 was characterized by some of the most beautiful and well executed pieces in Bernh. Pedersen & Sohn’s story. Especially the classic mid-century sideboards and daybeds designed by Danish furniture designers, including the Danish world-renowned Johannes Andersen, Svend Aage Madsen and Kurt Østervig, have been and are highly valued by customers worldwide. In 2015, the fourth generation in the family, Thomas Bernhard Pedersen founded the company, focusing exclusively on reinvigorating some of the exquisite sideboards designed in the 50s, 60s and 70s. The first sideboard was redesigned at the end of 2015 and two more sideboards have already been reissued in connection with the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2016. All three sideboards are reissued in the original design.

Made in Denmark

Each piece of furniture is made in the same factory by Bernhard Pedersen & Søn. The Pedersen family settled in 1902, in a small community in the Danish countryside. The workshop and its experienced carpenters are known for their exquisite and dedicated work, based on strong Danish craft traditions; All over the world recognized traditions for timeless design, high quality craftsmanship and outstanding longevity. Unique techniques, special tools and original machines are retained and used to produce the sideboards in accordance with the first original pieces. The sum of everything is caught in the phrase: Made in Denmark.


Every Bernh. Pedersen & Son piece is made in accordance with the sideboard designs from the 50s, 60s and 70s and the strong Danish craft traditions. Many of the same mid-century machines, tools and techniques are used to make the furniture according to the original drawings and specifications. Even some of the carpenters from the old days in the workshop are still part of the production today and make sure that all the experience and details in the design are transferred to the relaunched models.

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Sideboard no. 142, sideboard no. 156, sideboard no. 183

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