my scandinavian home: A Danish home in earthy hues

A Danish home in earthy hues

Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Wednesday is known as 'lilla lördag' (little Saturday) here in Sweden, because it's time to go out and have a little mid week party....or that's my interpretation at least, and I am sticking to it....I'm not sure if it's the same in Denmark though, but this home of Tine Havmöller and her family just North of Copenhagen, decorated in earthy tones and a beautiful light wood floor is definitely worth celebrating. PS spot the family rabbit. Altogether now...aaaaaaah!












Photography: Kira Brandt Via Seventeendoors from here

 I really love the last image of their garden. Couldn't you just slip under one of those fleece blankets and read a book in the spring sunshine right now?


10 comments:

  1. I love scandinavian industrial chic and your blog
    sabina

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comment Sabina, you've made my day! I have just popped by your blog - what beautiful pictures! I am looking forward to trying out one of your fab recipes - great inspiration. Will definitely be stopping by again.

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  2. That is one cute rabbit in a very lovely home!!
    Happy Wednesday party!!
    x

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  3. What a lovely home...any idea where the gold-silver art in the second picture is from?

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    1. I'm afraid not Anna, but it could make a fun DIY project?

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  4. So fresh and beautiful ...

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  5. Yeahh - I could too! I love also the contrasts in the house. Everything looks so quiet! Thanks for showing and hugs, Barbara

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  6. The home is beautiful. But, the bunny is stealing the stealing the show for me.

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    1. I know, I love the way he keeps popping up in each room! 'Look at me!'

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  7. I love the grey wall in the bedroom... Any idea what the paint color is? Thank you! :)

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