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An Artist's Super Cosy & Relaxed Open-Plan Living Space

Hello! Before we all head off for the weekend, I wanted to nip in and share this super cosy, super relaxed, open-plan kitchen, dining and living room area with you. The space belongs to Katharina, an artist, her partner and their wonderful cats! I can just imagine the duo curling up by the fire under a blanket, cats purring by their side while the snow falls. 




So cosy, don't you think? 

You can see more of Katharina's charming home and their previous apartment in Nuremberg here

Wishing you all a 'hyggeligt' weekend! 

Niki

Photography: Katharina @hiermitmir

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  2. So cozy! Especially love the desk area and all the plants.

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  3. The beige armchair looks so cozy! Now I want one just like that, to curl in and read a book.

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    1. I actually meant comfy, not sure why I typed cozy. The entire cabin is cozy.

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    2. Everyone needs a chair like this one! :)

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  4. What a beautiful space... the huge sofa/chair is amazing! I'd love to snuggle up there in front of the fire.

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    1. I wish I had space for an amazing deep sofa like this - it looks amazingly snuggly!

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