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Bjorn Agertved's Danish retreat

A while ago I featured a post on the Danish artist Bjorn Agertved's stunning Copenhagen apartment. So you can imagine how excited I was when I spotted his family summer cottage over at Decordots today!  Featured in Femina, Bjorn's weekend retreat is full of treasured mid century designer items such as the Butterfly Chair (or BKF chair) and Borge Mogensen chairs as well as some wonderful vintage industrial lighting.

 





Photos: Pernille Kaalund for Femina via Decordots
This is turning into a bit of a Danish interior design week, and why not? The Danes really know what they're doing when it comes to fabulous home styling don't you think?

PS Thank you for all your encouragement with painting my kitchen wall with blackboard paint - just what I needed! I'll post some pics on it once I'm done!



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  1. This is quickly becoming my favorite combination. All that white with the balance of wood and leather, just stunning. Tell me you don't want to curl up with a good book in that bed?? That blanket at the bottom looks divinely comfy. The Danes totally get it right!

    Yay for deciding on the blackboard paint! Can't wait to see photos of the completed project :)

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  2. Everything is so natural and fresh- perfect for a Summer stay.
    Looking forward to the paint project pictures!

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  3. Love the natural vibe to this home and its coherent interior design. Well executed and homey!

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  4. For me it's the rustic textures that make this home a real winner!

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  5. We agree with you :) They really know how to style a home!
    Great post!
    Have a nice weekend!!

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  6. Niki acabo de conocer tu blog...inspirador!
    Te invito a que conozcas el mio:
    aguamarinaestudio.blogspot.com

    Te sigo!

    Un abrazo desde EspaƱa.
    Mireia

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