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A Delightful Pared-Back Oasis In The Heart Of Copenhagen

Why, hello there! How are you today? This weekend we had a bit of a spring clean and sent a load of stuff to the local loppis (flea market). It felt surprisingly satisfying but at the same time I have a niggling doubt that I may have been over zealous. Help! What would Marie Kondo say?! Do you ever feel like that too?! I have a sneaking suspicion that this is why I've chosen to share this incredibly pared-back Danish home with you today (minimalinspiration!). Despite enjoying life in Copenhagen, Pernille Bastrup sometimes finds the hustle and bustle of the city overwhelming and has deliberately kept her apartment 'light and airy' to carve out a place where she can find peace, think and focus on what matters most in life: good times and being with the people she loves. 






& other stories linen trench coat*

Kamut Print, Sebra cot*, Georg mirror, Source a similar Moroccan rug here*, Mira 4 Opal light

There are so many pieces to love in Pernille's apartment (I guess if you're going to whittle down your possessions to only a few, you'd better make them count!). 

My favourites are the Skagerak plant pot and the pear storage basket! Did anything stand out to you?

Check out more of Pernille's home on her blog and instagram - and tour a whole load of other inspiring spaces in the Danish home archive

Have a wonderful start to the week friends!

Niki

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  1. This is gorgeous! And I really love that these photos show signs of regular life, with the pacifier on the table and the outlets under the crib. It makes the style appear so much more attainable.

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    1. I hadn't noticed the dummy until now- you're so right, it really does have a personal touch to it this space!

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  2. I'd love to know where those grey day bed looking beds are from. Gorgeous.

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