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The home of a Danish artist / architect

Hello! I hope you had a lovely weekend? Malmö was en fete with the Eurovision Song contest and the sun came out just for the occasion, all in all such a fab weekend! And a huge well done to the winners, Denmark! To celebrate, it had to be a Danish home for today's post! This is the home of Danish artist and architect Anne Boysen. The home reflects her design philosophy: to surpise and at the same time cultivate simplicity. For examples of her work check out Anne's wonderful shop!










Home of Anne Boysen, Bolig, styling: thesweetspot.dk, photo Pernille Kaalund
I spy so many Scandinavian desginer pieces! The Uten silo, Eames House Bird the Eames DAW armchairs in black (all 15% off with code MYSCAN), the Kubus candlestick from By Larsen, , Hay bedding, Eames AJ floor lamp, Verpan VP Globe Suspension light, and the Series 7 chair.

There are lots of DIY ideas here too. I love the plywood shelving under the TV, it reminds me of the Muuto stacked shelving system, a weekend project perhaps?



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Love the wood in this house and beautiful creative places! Like!

    Love Lisanne

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  2. Acabo de conocer esta vivienda en otro blog y la verdad es PRECIOSA.
    Bss

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  3. Amazing house. Thanks for posting.

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  4. Great idea, that nigt table !

    xo Lieke

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  5. the beams are gorgeous. i pinned that bedroom last week and i haven't been able to get it out of my mind since. i love the black focal point wall too. and two workspaces, how dreamy is that?!

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  6. Anne's work is amazing! I loev the colors in her art (vibrant, warm, freah) and the architectural FUN details in her home .. well, I can stare at it all day ;)

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