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This Pastel Infused Danish Home Is A Feast For the Eyes!


How about ending the week with a burst of colour and pattern - Danish style? Boy have I got a treat for you! Interior stylist and graphic designer Kamila Osinka's Copenhagen penthouse is full of drool worthy pastels as well as lush accents of electric blue, forest green and deep maroon. Better still, every room serves up a fresh new look  - from the vibrant pink dining room to the striped study and bedrooms with half-half walls - and yet there's still a lovely flow throughout. Oh, and keep a close eye on the furniture and details. The eclectic mix of vintage finds, DIY hacks, Danish lighting, ceramics and glassware are part of what makes this home so special! Welcome to Kamila's world! 


Kontur vase by Kahler, table - second hand


Blanket from Ferm Living, Vintage lamp from Bottega Blu, glass from Kodanska

The Lines Wallpaper, IKEA table (painted by Kamila), Bondi chair by Please Wait To Be Seated

Fly chair and Formakami pendant light* from &Tradition chair





Wow, oh WOW!!!!! There are just so many cool details in this home. If you follow the links under each picture, you'll also discover some really fabulous danish brands - both big and small!

A total Danish love fest! 

What a perfect way to complete the blog week. 

Kamila's home has put a real spring in my step - I hope it has lifted your spirits too. If you'd like to see more, take a peek at her instagram over at @kamila.osinka and website www.osinka.dk

Who else is feeling the pastels? 

I'll leave you with a couple more pastel-inspired homes just in case: Trend alert: how to rock the pastelsA delightful Swedish home in a former schoolhouseA home with pretty pastels and inspiring details.

Right folks, who else is ready for the weekend? have a fabulous couple of days and see you Monday!

Niki

Photography: Kamila Osinka / with a selection by Anitta Behrendt 

LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Thank you for posting! This is just what I needed to see <3

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  2. I really love this. Any ideas on where the shag rug is from?

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