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The lovely home of a Danish artist

Why, hello there! It's miserable outside today and probably never really going to get light, but I don't mind because it's my biiiiiiiiiiirthday! Now, I know you're not really meant to make a song and dance about these things, but you know, life's short and I actually really do like to sing (not very well) and dance (even worse) each year on this day!! It kicked off beautifully with a surprise 'full english breakfast' (no easy feat in Sweden, and the man and my girls nailed it!!) so things are going exceedingly well..... Anyway, I digress, I've prepared a post featuring the most fabulous Danish apartment for you today. Owner, Anne Aarsland is exactly the same age as me (that young? I hear you say!). The only difference is that she lives and works in Copenhagen and is "an astronomer with a liberating legendary approach to painting." Anne's work is characterised by stripes, dots and triangles in all angles and constellations, using repetition and abstract pattern formations to develop and change the shapes and can be seen throughout the living space. On with the tour!






Aaaaah, what a great home! Anne's art totally makes the space, don't you think?! - and rightly so!

The high ceilings, spacious rooms and general style reminds me a little of the home of Karen Maj Kornum who's home I posted about here and here  (and also featured on the front cover of  my book The Scandinavian Home). What do you think?

Get the look: Anne's artwork and limited edition paintings, saucer pendant, AJ floor lamp, wishbone chair, Artek chair, Ligne Roset Togo sofa.

You can follow Anne's latest projects and see more shots of her home and studio over on Instagram

If you'd like to see more artist's homes today you'll love this relaxed, vintage style home,  an artist's studio and home in Stockholm and a former artist's studio converted into a beautiful home - makes me wish I was a little better at painting!!

Have a lovely day!!

PS - I received the best birthday surprise  - My Scandinavian Home won Best International Design Blog in the first ever Domino Design Blog Awards - weeeeeeee! Thank you so much to everyone who voted, it really means the world to me. A feature about My Scandinavian Home is now live on Domino here if you fancy a read!



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  1. ��well, happy birthday Nikki!��
    ��English breakfast and a prize, that is wonderful! Wishing you all the best on this special day��

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    1. Thank you so much Poppy - I'm not sure which I preferred most, both are a total treat! :)

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  2. Lovely article Domino published on your win! Congrats!

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  3. Congrats on both your anniversary and your rightfully deserved blog award. I follow many and yours is one of the best because you actually put effort in writing and not just show pretty images. Rock on!

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  4. Happiest Birthday greetings plus YOO-HOO on the Domino win- I knew you would win!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!!

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  5. First of all, Happy Birthday! Second, congratulations on the Domino win. Extremely well deserved. One of the best blogs, my daily addiction and inspiration. I am looking forward to every apartment you feature and live vicariously through those designs. Your blog really makes me happy, for which I am grateful. All the best in the future.

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  6. HAPPY!HAPPY Birthday! Hip! HIP! Hourra! I wish you a lot of happiness! What a good news for your award!! i voted everyday))) Your deserve it! Each day you give us the inspiration to transform our space in a beautiful and serein environment. Your writing is always full of kindness. Enjoy!!!

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  7. Happy birthday and congratulations for the Domino win. Your blog is always inspiring.
    Could you tell me where I can find this lovely bench ?

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  8. Happy birthday, Niki! I wish you lots of love, success and inspirations! I'm also happy for your award congratulations<3 Well done, girl! <3
    PS. Do you have the Princesstarta today? :)
    Big hugs from Poland,
    Natalie

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