Kay Bojesen Kay Songbird

Kay is named after Mr. Bojesen himself who was a great fan of the colour blue. He was always either dressed in an immaculate blue suit, shirt and tie or a white smock.

The Kay Songbird – like his five colourful siblings – was never put into production when first designed by Kay Bojesen in the 1950s. 

With its vibrant blue body and meticulously hand-painted details, Bojesen's Kay Songbird radiates warmth and joy, bringing a playful and cheerful touch to any space.

Crafted from solid beech wood, the Kay Songbird is a symbol of happiness and positivity.

It is perfect for christenings, birthdays, school leavers, anniversaries, and weddings.


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Kay Bojesen (1886 - 1958)  

The Birds series is a collection of songbirds with unique names in a wide range of playful colours. All birds in the Birds series are designed based on Kay Bojesen’s original drawings from the 1950s and produced in FSC®-certified wood, which guarantees that the trees have been planted, cultivated and felled responsibly.  

Kay Bojesen designed with soul, humour and a twinkle in his eye and looked at the world from a child's perspective when creating new stories in wood. There had to be room for the imagination to unfold around the figures, and the simple design language, clear colours and friendly expressions have become his signature.  

Dimensions and details

DimensionsH 15.50 x W 16 x D 8 cm
MaterialFSC®-certified painted beechwood
Care AdviceWipe with a dry cloth. Do not place in direct sunlight
DesignerKay Bojesen
OriginDesigned in Denmark