my scandinavian home: The home of a Danish designer

The home of a Danish designer

Tuesday, 5 March 2013

This is the Copenhagen home of designer Anne Mette Jensen Skodborg, visual merchandiser for Part Two and her partner, Steffen Brodersen Martiena. There is so much inspiration to take from this 62 m2 space. From the artwork on the wall, the choice of colours (loving the coral splashback in the kitchen), the way they have grouped items and displayed flea market finds to the quirky designer pieces such as the cute little ducks on the window sill, this home is brimming with personality.











Stylist: Rikke Graff Juel. With kind permission from photographer: Frederrike Heiberg via Ellens Album

The more I look at this home the more I see. I really love it, it's like a breath of fresh air! If I had to choose one piece I'd go for the artwork in the kitchen. What about you?

This reminds me of a story my sister told me about one of her friends who's house caught fire recently. The day after the fire had been put out they were told they could go in and choose one item each (can you believe that actually happened in real life?!). She chose the photo album from their wedding and he chose his toolbox......

What would you choose from your home (people/ pets aside!)?

16 comments:

  1. Hello, inspiration. I would like to ask you a few questions via email if that is okay. I cant seam to find your address though... Kind regards, Rebecka

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  2. Hi Rebecka, sure it's myscandinavianhome@gmail.com :)

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  3. Hi Niki - I love, how they use colours for decoration! Have a colourful week too ! Hugs, Barbara

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  4. Such a gorgeous home. How nice is that living room? Sigh. I love it all. And if I had to grab one thing out of my home it would be my vintage lamp! x

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  5. Great touches of color, love the green chair!
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  6. Wow...just love it all! The art that took my eye was the two portraits in the dining area...want them! And from my own home...if I had to grab one thing...a miniature set of drawers I inherited from my grandmother.

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  7. i looove the bedroom! and all the funky art :)

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  8. Yes Niki-it's a great mix of styles-really eclectic, which I love! Especially like the acrylic box in the kitchen :-)

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  9. You also need to think about the possibility that there are going to be some major renovations that take place during the time that you are improving the home as well.

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  10. I know I'm not the only huge fan of the great artwork of the dining room...btw would someone know who's the artist behind these portraits ????:-)

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    1. The artist behind these lovely paintings is Anne Mette herself :)

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  11. Oooh i love the colored glass in the window. Trying to build up my own collection of that. So pretty. If i had to choose one thing, it would probably be a photo book my mom created for me that chronicles my childhood and teenage years.

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    1. It sounds like a wonderful photo book and must have taken your Mum ages to create. How lovely of her!

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  12. I would love to know the artist behind the portraits too please! Gorgeous house! The kitchen gave me some ideas on how to light my own kitchen.

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    1. The artist behind the paintings in the kitchen is Anne mette herself! :) They're really lovely aren't they?

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  13. Hi there, Could you tell me where the pale blue pendent over the dining room table is from? thank you!

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