Friday, February 17, 2012

Copenhagen Contemporary

Once in a while I see a house that makes me believe I could do modern. I love this minimalist apartment in Denmark. The Scandinavian white is right on, and the spare, clean interior is so appealing to me.

In the living room a reindeer skin, a traditional Scandinavian touch, is thrown over a contemporary Eames rocking chair from Herman Miller

The lower level is dominated by a large eat-in kitchen. Glass walls let in lots of light. Phillipe Stark chairs from Cassina.

One often needs to be creative when it comes to storage in small spaces; a built in sofa provides it.

In the kitchen, white Corian work surfaces top dark cabinets. Ceiling lights are from Tobias Grau.

The painted iron staircase leads to the second floor living room and bedrooms. Pale floors are consistent throughout, as is the overall color palette.

On the second floor a bookcase serves as a room divider between the living room and the master bedroom.

A large, floating sofa from Italian furniture maker Minotti provides ample lounging space.

The master bath is simple yet stylish.

In the master bedroom a wall lamp from Louis Poulsen and a painting by a family friend hang over the bed.

See the original article in Bolig magazine here.

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