This Modern Scandinavian-Style Apartment is a Lesson in Warm Minimalism

, , , , , , By Catherine

Designed by architect Emil Dervish, this beautiful Copenhagen apartment is the proof that a minimal interior doesn’t have to feel stark or uninviting.

With its palette of warm neutral tones, this bright and airy 66-square-meter family home inspires a sense of calm. The wood from the custom cabinets and parquet floors, as well as the different textures, soften the look.

The pared-down, minimal space was carefully furnished with high-quality design pieces, in line with a ‘buying less, but better’ philosophy, from brands like Gubi, Knoll, DCW editions, Vitra, and Fredericia furniture, among others.

It is clean, modern and elegant, and I am loving it!

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Photos: Emil Dervish



  1. Tess
    6 Feb 2019 / 19:19


  2. georgina georgiou
    15 Aug 2021 / 01:46

    Hello, I was wondering if you know the green color that was used for the bed arch wall.
    what brand and name of the color paint was used.
    Thanks so much its all gorgeous

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