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

, , , , , , By Catherine Lazure | Nordic Design

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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!



For more inspiring Scandinavian interiors, have a look at my inspiration gallery.


Photos: Emil Dervish




  1. Tess
    6 Feb 2019 / 19:19


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