This is the gorgeous home of Danish photographer Mikkel Adsbøl located North of Copenhagen.
For their new house, Mikkel and his wife took inspiration from an old barn and built their dream place following a classic Danish building style.
The 240 square meters home has exposed beams, high ceilings, wooden floors, and a great fireplace at the heart of the airy living space. The style is the perfect mix of old and new, resulting in a contemporary interior with a touch of retro. A stunning feature is the kitchen made of smoked oak by Københavns Møbelsnedkeri. There are many brass elements that blend in beautifully, in an elegant way. The place is carefully furnished, including many souvenirs from around the world like vases, rugs and sculptures. The blueish wall colour creates a serene cocoon, and surprisingly warm for such a shade. The bathroom has lovely shade of pink, with great brass lights by Gubi, antique French mirrors and faucets by Toni – A lovely combination!
Enjoy the tour below.