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The calm Danish home of Emilie Schwartzlose

Hej hej! I'm just packing for my flight back to Sweden after a brilliant few days in London (I do love being back home in the big smoke!). I fly via Copenhagen and I'm soooo tempted to go for a wander (must organise a day in Denmark's capital ASAP!). The Danes have such a great sense of style. This home of Emilie Schwartzlose in Frederikshavn, North Jutlund, is fairly small in size (52 square metres / square feet) but what it lacks in square metres it certainly makes up for in aesthetics. The space is characterised by soft, earthy green hues, natural textures and as Danish magazine, Bolig describes it a 'poetic' appeal. Oh and it's also enjoyed by her furry friend, Charlie. Here are a few snaps from Emilie's lovely home...

















Photography - Emelie Schwartzlose

What a lovely space - looking at the pictures it's hard to imagine it's only 52 square metres - don't you think?

You can see more of it over on Emilie's lovely instagram feed.

Here's a quick round-up of items I know and love: sitting room - Eames chair, Kubus candleholder, Saro rug. In cabinet - Royal copenhagen. Bedroom - white linen duvet cover, bentwood chair (pick up a vintage one here). Outdoors - string lights.

There are lots and lots of beautiful Danish homes to drool over in this archive - (as always, if this pops up first, just scroll passed).

Have a great start to the week lovely friends!

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  1. I like the simplicity and calmness here!

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  2. Function with aesthetics combined in a beautiful, serene way. That's how I would describe this space! Nice!!

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