A cheerful Copenhagen home with pops of colour

Moving in together is such an exciting step - but what happens if you have two completely different styles? That's what happened to Katrín Björk - who loves bold colour and Jamie Søgaards - who prefers the monochrome look. And the result? A lovely black and white home in Vesterbro, Copenhagen, layered with vibrant pops of colour in the forms of lamps, trays, stationary and cushions. Such a light-filled, happy home! Let's take a peek....

Bolig magasinet / Photo: Tia Borgsmidt

Have to say, I do love a little colour, how about you?

I love it when you spot things in homes you can do yourself the same day. Here, a montage in the hallway (next to Muuto dots) could be replicated with washi tape (also love these alarm clock and pendant light DIY ideas!). You can source washi tape here.

Other items: Tom Dixon pendant light, Series 7 chairs, orane fan shaped folder, Hay Kaleido tray, these stools are similar.

More cheerful mid-week homes include this bright Malmö apartment (the neon pipes!), the vibrant home of a Dutch illustrator, and the happy home of Jenny Brandt.

Have a happy day!


  1. I like the little pops of colour, I found myself searching for them in each photo. Would be an exciting way to live. So stylish.


  2. I would give anything to work in such a bright airy creative space! Looks like so much fun!


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