The Menu Story

The Danish Steel House was developed under Simon Hansen's leadership, starting in 1979 and supplying the catering industry with steel products. Family owned, DSH came out with the Bjarne Hansen Irish Coffee Set in 1988, making the company an instant success. Ten years later, Danish Steel House becomes Menu Scandinavian Design and takes on designer Pernille Vea.

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Scandinavian Living becomes the umbrella for Menu in 2004. A few years later, the Hansen family sells shares to several top designers, allowing the company to blossom into the contemporary accessory line that it is today.

Why We Love Menu

Menu Denmark comes up with clever, fascinating functional modern accessories for the kitchen, dining room, living room and outdoors that brings a level of sophistication to a home. There's a genuine Scandinavian simplicity and humor to their technologically advanced forms, giving them a beautiful "quirk" that makes them stand out from the rest.

A Fun Fact About Menu

Menu works with over 20 talented designers from 6 different countries around the world. All of Menu's product designers embrace the core principles of Scandinavian design.

Noteworthy Products from Menu

The Wine Breather Carafe connects directly to a bottle of wine, allowing it to be safely inverted and its contents aerated. This process results in a fully aerated bottle of wine in less than two minutes. Take some time for reflection with the Norm Floor Mirror, a full-standing design made available in Black or White to accommodate your interiors. And be sure to see Menu's selection of decorative lighting as well. Options like the Bollard Plug-In Pendant and the Dancing Pendant instantly transform the lighting in any space.

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