Light-filled Danish home

, , , , , By Catherine Lazure | Nordic Design

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The Danish home of jewelry designer Marie von Lotzbeck and photographer Jakob Kirk is a light-filled oasis. It shines all the brighter for its mix of different textures and materials. Untreated wooden beams, seamless glass separators, white brick walls and concrete floors create a clean, open atmosphere reminiscent of a loft.

The owners even recycled big metal doors with window panels from an old factory to stay true to style. The wood-burning oven by Swedish oven makers Handöl as well as heated floors ensure it’s always cozy at Marie and Jakob’s. I personally love the lamp and chair by &Tradition in the little office corner upstairs. The day cover and pillows by Hay in their bedroom are instant faves as well!

Photos: Femina via Coco Lapine Design

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1 Comment

  1. 2213
    23 Feb 2014 / 10:50

    Amazing contrast between new and old. That concrete-floor with the stains, so much character.

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