Skagerak by Fritz Hansen Home Accessories

Skagerak by Fritz Hansen has a long and proud tradition of creating quality wooden furniture and home accessories. Formerly known as Trip Trap, the North Jutland-based company has been responsible for a long line of Scandinavian-style designs, and although much has changed since the company was founded in 1976, the products are of the same aesthetic and practical quality as they always have been. Below you'll find a selection of Skagerak by Fritz Hansen's home accessories - including cutting boards and trays - and there's sure to be something you can use.
Sild Tray 55x16 - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 159.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Dania Mat - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 239.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Dania Letter Tray - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 199.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Hammer Grinder Oak - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 79.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Sild Tray 49x24,5 - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 189.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Stella Christmas Tree Base - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 399.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Norr Carrier Oak - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 139.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Norr Paper Towel Holder Black - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 84.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Norr Paper Towel Holder Oak - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 79.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
No. 10 Tray Large - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 129.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Dania Stool Teak - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 239.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
No. 10 Tray Medium - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 119.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Dania Cutting Board 33x21 - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 84.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Nordic Tray Ø30 - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 159.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Nomad Letter Tray - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 94.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Nomad Table Tray - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 239.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Collar Hanger Oak/Aluminium - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 44.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Pilot Coat Hanger 3 pcs. Oak - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 194.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
Nomad Pen Holder - Skagerak by Fritz Hansen
RRP EUR 49.00
Expected in stock: 10 - 14 days
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Skagerak by Fritz Hansen cutting board, tray, trivet and more


Skagerak by Fritz Hansen is known for their wooden furniture and wooden home accessories. When the company changed its name from Trip Trap, one of the first things the new owner did was streamline the company's catalog - they needed to focus on what they do best: wood.

The result is a densely packed portfolio of products that ooze quality in both construction and aesthetics. When you buy a product from Skagerak by Fritz Hansen, you are guaranteed a product that lasts a long time, looks good and meets ethical requirements in relation to both the environment and climate.

Most of the trays, dishes, coasters and other items you can buy here are made from waste products from Skagerak's furniture production - and therefore the products are made from the same quality wood as the famous Skagerak chairs and tables. The products will patina beautifully just like the furniture and will age gracefully with time. When you buy a Skagerak by Fritz Hansen product, you get a product that can be reused for generations.

Wood cutting board from Skagerak


There are many reasons to choose a wooden cutting board, and even more reasons why they should be from Skagerak by Fritz Hansen:

  • Durability: Wood is a natural material known for its durability. A wooden cutting board can last for many years if it is well cared for.

  • Gentle on knives: Wood is soft and gentle on knives, which means your knives will stay sharper for longer when you use a wooden cutting board.

  • Hygiene: Wood has natural antibacterial properties that make it more hygienic than other materials. Wood also has a natural ability to absorb moisture, which can reduce the risk of bacterial growth.

  • Aesthetics: A wooden chopping board is a beautiful and timeless addition to your kitchen. The natural patterns and colors of wood create a warm and cozy atmosphere in the kitchen.
However, it's important to note that a wooden cutting board requires more attention and maintenance than other materials. It needs to be thoroughly cleaned after use and regularly oiled to maintain its durability and hygiene.

But why should you choose a Skagerak by Fritz Hansen cutting board?

The Skagerak cutting board is an elegant and durable product designed to provide users with a seamless cutting experience, whether it's vegetables, meat, the cheese board or freshly baked French bread. The production of this cutting board is a meticulous process using high-quality materials and modern production methods.

First of all, only the best types of wood are used to make the Skagerak cutting board. The wood is FSC-certified and comes from responsible and sustainably managed forests. The cutting board is assembled from leftover pieces from Skagerak's outdoor furniture production, thus minimizing waste products.

Once the wood is selected, it is cut into appropriate sizes, glued and placed in a press. Here it is heated under high pressure and compressed, creating a durable and stable cutting board. Skagerak cutting boards are usually made of several layers of wood, creating a durable and strong surface. After the wood has been pressed and shaped, it is cut and sanded to the desired size and shape. A protective coating is then applied to make the board resistant to moisture and damage. Natural oils and waxes are usually used for this treatment, protecting the wood while giving it a beautiful finish.

Finally, every Skagerak cutting board is thoroughly tested to ensure it meets strict quality standards. Only the best cutting boards are sent out to customers, ensuring a durable and reliable cutting experience for many years.

Find a great Skagerak Tray


A Skagerak tray is an elegant and practical item that can be used in many different ways in the home. Here are some examples of how to use a Skagerak tray:

  • Serving: A Skagerak tray is perfect for serving food and drinks in an elegant and practical way. You can use the tray to transport plates, glasses and bottles from the kitchen to the dining table or to serve food and drinks to guests in the living room or on the terrace.

  • Decoration: A Skagerak tray is also suitable as a decorative item in the home. For example, you can place some nice plants, candles or other decorative items on the tray and use it as a centerpiece on a coffee table or bookcase.

  • Storage: A Skagerak tray can also be used as a storage solution for small items such as remote controls, pens, papers and other small items that can get lost or cluttered on a desk or shelving system.

  • Organization: A Skagerak tray can also be used to organize things in a practical and clear way. For example, you can use the tray to keep your keys, wallet, cell phone and other items in a central place in your home so they are always close at hand.

  • Transport: A Skagerak tray is also practical for transporting things from one place to another, for example, if you need to move things from one room to another or from one place to another without having to carry things in your hands.
Overall, a Skagerak tray is a versatile and practical item that can be used in many different ways in the home. Made from high-quality materials, the tray has a timeless and elegant design that suits most interiors.

Skagerak by Fritz Hansen, formerly known as Trip Trap


Many people probably know the Danish company Trip Trap. Founded in 1976, the company has produced a variety of wooden furniture and home accessories. Trip Trap is well-known in Denmark, but when they started selling their products abroad in 2000, a problem arose: Trip Trap shares its name with a well-known Norwegian piece of furniture.

If you know the Danish company Trip Trap, chances are you also know the classic high chair called Tripp Trapp, designed by Peter Opsvik - and so the Danish company had to change its name. They were simply afraid that foreign customers would get confused.

That's why they chose the name Skagerak. Skagerak is the intersection of Denmark and Norway, and the name represents the Danish and Nordic origins. This meant that Skagerak products were called Skagerak abroad and Trip Trap in Denmark.

In 2016, Trip Trap got a new CEO, and they wanted to streamline the entire business - so they renamed Trip Trap to Skagerak in Denmark as well. The company grows steadily until 2021, culminating in Fritz Hansen buying the company - which has since been known as Skagerak by Fritz Hansen.
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