This gorgeous home is located in Hellerup, north of Copenhagen. With nearly 400 square meters, there is plenty of space for the family to roam in. The interior has an interesting and modern style, with some unusual decorating elements, IKEA staples as well as souvenirs from travels around the world.
Enter the house, and you’ll be welcomed in a bright, all-white room with a large cowhide and two beautiful Midsummer lamps by Tord Boontje. Under the stairs, you’ll find a vintage dental chair and cabinet – I’d be interested to hear the story of those pieces! I like the two grey tones which contrast nicely with the white staircase as well as the wooden handrail and parquet floors.
The fun, colourful wallpaper in the dining room is by Julia Pott, and the lamp was created by the owner with driftwood she found at her summer house in Skagen. I’m loving the large painting by Hjördis Haack combined with the oversized white floor lamp by Muno, the sculpture imported from Bali and the low marble table – Such a stylish nook!
The kitchen looks pretty great, too. Don’t you think?
Idea to steal: In the bedroom, the owners painted a large rectangle as a headboard – Quick, easy and affordable!
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