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Singing the blues in a Danish apartment

Yesterday it was all about the reds (would you dare?!) and today this Danish space is singing the blues. Located in  Østerbro, an area in the heart of Copenhagen, the 100 metre square apartment belongs to Sorella and her family. They have kept the look fairly minimalist but with some wonderful features - for example, the over-sized industrial pendant lamp in the dining area makes a statement in an otherwise pared-back space (try Etsy), Hay cushions have been used to create a reading corner in the sitting room and a set of three Tom Dixon Etch pendants make a feature of the corner of the room. I would love to hangout in this calm space today, how about you?










Stylist: Sidsel Zachariassen. Photographs: Frederikke Heiberg shared with kind permission. Post inspired by House of C.

Such a lovely, calm space. And just how beautiful are the original word floors?

Other items I know and love: Muuto Around coffee tables, Rosendahl monkey, Tom Dixon beat light tall (in hallway) and Simone Star elephant cushion.

Are you a fan of blue? If you'd like to take a peek into other homes with a hint you might like these two blue kitchens (do you prefer the lighter or darker?), the combination of blue and cognac in this space and this pretty white, blue and wood themed Swedish apartment.

Have a wonderful day!



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. What happened to the third picture? Some bad photoshopping?

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    1. How strange - wonder what happened there? Well spotted!!

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  2. All ideas of home design here is very nice and interesting, from here I get the reference. thanks

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  3. I love the blue! I'm also absolutely in love with the wooden floors. They're beautiful. It's a little bit too minimalistic for me but I love how light and airy it is.

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  4. The dining room table in that first picture--I love! Any idea who makes it or where it's from?

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