Airy and Serene Nordic Apartment in Copenhagen

, , , , By Catherine Lazure | Nordic Design

The owner of this apartment in Copenhagen is a 40-year-old lawyer with a true passion for interior design. Her styling game is on point!

She chose to paint all the white walls in beautiful muted tones. The soft and cool shades by Farrow & Ball with the untreated pine flooring really add to the serene atmosphere. The spacious rooms are carefully furnished with family heirlooms and beautiful art.

In the living room, you’ll find a few Danish design classics such as a Børge Mogensen sofa, Poul Kjærholm marble table and Le Klint lamp, together with an armchairs Walter Knoll and a gorgeous Moroccan Beni Qurain rug.

The dining room’s eye-catching chairs by Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek, the pendant lamp by Ana Kras as well as the gallery wall create a personal and interesting style.

In the kitchen, I like how the light blue cabinets contrast nicely with the white walls and black backsplash tiles from Made a Mano.

What a beautiful space!



Photos: Kira Brandt via BoBedre

P.S. I just launched my latest painting collection and you can now shop my art here


  1. Stephane
    3 Jun 2015 / 2:49 am

    A very serene atmosphere with a superb mix of vintage and iconic pieces of furniture ,the only thing I am not so fond of is the Pet Hein Eek chair but apart from that,I love it

  2. Kate
    7 Jun 2015 / 2:42 pm

    That is the perfect grey color on the living room walls. What Farrow and Ball color is it?

    • Catherine Lazure-Guinard
      7 Jun 2015 / 10:21 pm

      They’ve used Skimming Stone as well as Charleston Gray.

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