At a time when Denmark was receiving international recognition for its furniture, Arne Vodder produced simple and modest pieces crafted in natural materials such as Brazilian Rosewood and Teak. Arne Vodder was trained under the guidance of Danish designer Finn Juhl, another key player in the Danish Mid Century period. One of his more notable pieces is the rosewood sideboard with drawers shaped to avoid the need for handles; it is this feature that makes his timeless pieces instantly recognisable.
Other pieces include tables, desks, sofas and hall furniture, inspired by nature with soft, organic, elegantly curved lines. His pieces highlighted originality and timelessness of his style, contributing to the list of distinguished Scandinavian designers of the mid-century period.