Snapshots from a Colourful Copenhagen Home

As you know, I'm an extremely colour shy person - and the chances are if you're a regular reader, you are too! But that doesn't mean to say I don't appreciate bolder hues - and some of you have said you'd love to see more splashes of colour.

So, who's up for some *bright* inspiration today?! If so, the Copenhagen home of teacher Trine Brunsvig has it in bucket loads! A self-confessed lover of music, books, ceramic, history, coffee, and dresses, Trine's home is a riot of colour with vibrant pink furniture, sunny yellow accessories, aubergine, green and blue accent walls and some fab vintage furniture! Here are a few snapshots from her world in the Danish capital!

 Paintings by Mark Brunsvig

2018 is the year homes have become more playful, and it's such a welcomed touch! The photograph of the pink storage crate with an LP under the CD's in this corner of the dining room deceives the eye for a mere moment - quirky and fun - I love it! 

Just North of Copenhagen you'll find Louisiana Museum of Modern Art - an incredible place overlooking the Ă–resund sea. If you're in town it's well worth a visit - and whatever you do, don't miss the shop where some of Trine's posters are from! 

Got to love a museum shop!


Kind of fabulous! I love how personal and unique the space is. I'd really like to visit in person so I can get more of a hang of the layout, it's kind of tricky from these pictures.

I hope you felt inspired by all the colour all the same! 

If you'd like to see more of Trine's home and life around the Danish capital, check out her instagram feed here.

Got the colour bug now? Check out How to add colour, the Danish way and Karolina Modig's Creative Stockholm Home.

I can't believe it's P.O.E.T.S (Push Off Early Tomorrow's Saturday) day tomorrow - can you?! I'll be rounding off the week with a really lovely home tour - which I can't wait to share!

See you then!



  1. Love this one! Really nice to see how someone in Denmark would use colour in their house but still have it feel definitely Danish/Scandinavian still.

    1. I completely agree. It's a clever blend - the floor gives it that perfect Danish touch and balances the look beautifully.

  2. I'm a regular reader, but definitely not colour shy, so I really appreciate this!

  3. This is looking so nice.You can add more thinks like terracotta lights


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