a danish home.

I don’t think anyone does a sublime white interior better than the Danes, and this one is exemplar. It is a turn-of-the-century apartment near Copenhagen; the white backdrop with pale wood floors and white wash of classic features is all calmness and serenity. It is minimal yet inviting. Warmth eminates all around, in texture and tone. Materials are kept natural, textiles neutral. All images The Guardian

I spy…

… design classics: Carl Hansen‘s 008 coffee table + Hans Wegner CH25 armchair; Eames DSR chair; Fritz Hansen Grand Prix chairs; Catifa chair by Arper; Tolomeo floor and desk lamp, Artemide. Bits + pieces, by nord

I could happily dwell here, could you ?

Photographs Heide Lerkenfeldt

3 thoughts on “a danish home.

  1. essenziale-hd

    What a beautiful interior! Like the calming effect of white and the use of natural materials. All the rooms are made in the same style which brings the sense of continuity and flow.

    Reply
    1. owlshouseblog Post author

      Yes, that’s a good point – the continuity of colour creates a wonderful flow and openness to the scheme, whereas different colour pallettes in different rooms would stop the flow and give another feel altogether. Thanks for commenting!

      Reply
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