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An Elegant Danish Family Home in The Heart of Copenhagen

It's always fascinating to see the difference between how a Scandinavian decorates their summer cottage and their urban dwelling. Last week we saw a glimpse of Line Stampe Dahl's dreamy, white summer cottage in Sj√¶llands Odde, North East Zealand. Her home in the city is equally pared-back. But while her summer cottage has a more relaxed, costal vibe - with its white clad walls and vintage furniture - the Danish family's Copenhagen home is more refined. The wonderful turn-of-the-century building provides an elegant backdrop to a living space that has been thoughtfully furnished with iconic Scandinavian design pieces. Look closely and you'll also spot earthy accent walls and even a fabulous circus themed ceiling! Oh, and keep an eye out for the family's little white rabbit, he's hopping about it one of the pictures! 

Louis poulsen VL45 radio lamp, Nofred mouse chair, OK Design OAS table

I love a lemon tree and Line's one in the window is lush, don't you think? I bought one for my my kitchen a few months back. It was looking a little unhappy, so in the end I shoved it out in the garden and just left it there. Not only has it got new shoots but it's actually flowering! Caroline Reichel was right! 

Oh, and the old Copenhagen window frames and sills get me every time. Aren't they beautiful? 



 Source a similar vintage table here*




Louis Poulsen lamp* (as before), painting by Jeppe Eisner



What a beautiful home! So elegant and refined, yet also relaxed. Danish style art it's finest! 

See more pictures of Line's lovely home over at @linestampedahl - and in case you missed it - here's the tour of her pared-back summer cottage

The question is, did you spot the bunny?! 

Niki

PS check-out more drool-worthy Danish home tours in this archive. One of my favourites! 

Photography: Line Stampe Dahl, shared with kind permission. 

LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. And many people think beige is boring.
    Cute bunny!

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  2. Oooo I want an indoor lemon tree! And a bunny, really.
    I also have to say, that painted ceiling is fantastic.

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