Tour the Sophisticated and Serene Home of a Danish Design Brand’s CEO

, , , , , , , , , , , By Catherine Lazure-Guinard

 

This is the beautiful home of Kaja Møller, head of Danish furniture brand Fredericia, located near the coast just north of Copenhagen. The historic house was renovated with care to suit Kaja and her family, and it was turned into a gorgeous serene home. The interior mostly has a monochromatic palette of neutral tones like grey, taupe and white, and the color scheme is warmed up with wooden furniture. A fab blue hue adorns the living room wall; a lovely way to jazz up the look. Farrow & Ball’s Stone Blue is very similar. The home is furnished with vintage finds and design pieces, such as chairs by Borge Mogensen, a sofa by Verzelloni and, of course, several products by Fredericia. I am a big fan of the burnished steel cabinets – I suspect they are designed by Norm Architects for Reform Cph.

Cool, calm and collected. I’m loving it!

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Photos: Line Klein via Dezeen

 


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