my scandinavian home: The fabulous Danish home of an interior designer

The fabulous Danish home of an interior designer

Friday, 24 July 2015

It's Friday - yaaaaaay! And have I got a home tour to celebrate?! If you popped by on Wednesday you'll remember this fabulous danish home. And today, we're going to take tour around the home of the designer behind it - Natalia Sánchez Echevarria. Founder of Copenhagen based interior design company Spatial Code, Natalia has also lived in Barcelona, Paris, Vienna and New York (such great cities!). Her interior design philosophy is to create a personal identity working with textures, tactility and details using natural materials, handmade furniture and sensuous textures. Her own Danish home is testimony to this.  Let's take a peek....












Homeowner / stylist: Natalia Sánchez Echevarria / Spatial Code. Photography: Line Thit Klein - shared with kind permission


A few items I know and love: Tulip dining table, Möller chairs model 75. For a similar bed spread try this one.  Black String shelving. Bestlite wall lamp.

That lovely light green paint in her bedroom seems to be a part of Natalia's signature style. It's such a pretty colour, don't you think? Try Farrow & Ball Borrowed Light for similar.

Is there anything in particular that stands out to you?

A very special thank you to Danish photographer extraordinaire, Line Thit Klein who gave me permission to share not one but two of the fabulous homes she's photographed this week. Line is one of my favourite interior photographers and always finds the loveliest homes. More home tours by Line here, here and here.

I'll be back tomorrow with a really exciting weekend give-away - for everyone! So if you have the time make sure you pop back!

Have a wonderful Friday! 



8 comments:

  1. Ohh, that coffee table. How cool to have blue glass instead of normal transparent/non-color! Love it!

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  2. I love every piece from this home..mostly the mint wall in bedroom <3

    Have a nice weekend,
    Michael
    www.ontheleaf.net

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  4. Those dining room chairs are actually Möller chairs model 75.

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    1. Thank you, so helpful! I will update the post accordingly.

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