Scandinavian design meets Parisian eclecticism

Monday, June 30

design interior

swan chair

big library

Designer Karsten Bach  felt a bit tired by the traditional minimalist styled Scandinavian  interiors so she brought bit of French style into her 200 m2 large apartment. There is really a bit of Parisian luxury feeling with all the eclectic pieces, but good old Arne Jacobsens chairs still remind you, that you are in Scandinavia. Nice combination which for sure works here.


A sophisticated apartment in Madrid

Sunday, June 29

This amazing flat is located in a 1930s house in Madrid. The owner wanted to keep the somphisticated feel and he achieved just that through antique armchairs reupholstered with modern fabrics and contemporary art works. Same applies to the Eero Saarinen Tulip table in the kitchen, accompanied by wondeful metalic chairs.


1960s Deckhouse in Hampshire

Thursday, June 26

minimalist retro interiorwhite pantone chair

This is a 54 m2 house in Hampshire, England, built in the late 1960s, currently occupied by an architect named Paul and his wife Chrissy. The interior has a very modern, yet chic a sophisticated feel. One may recognize a few famous designs of furniture: Panton chairs or the Eames chair.


A collector's stylish apartment

Wednesday, June 25

scandinavian interior

art wall

string shelf

Welcome to Lone and Sean's beautiful home in Odense. She lives in a villa from the 1920s, supplemented by a multi-functional extension. She decorated it in a mix of stylish furniture and collectibles, added a little of her own graphic design and a dollop of neon here and there.


Stylish Scandinavian Villa

Monday, June 23

scandinavian design

design workspace

old doors

kitchen blackboard

House of Carolina Linn and Patrik Gustavsson in Brønshøj is truly a treat for the eyes. Furnished with mid century classics and also modern design, with some interesting color combinations and nice use of decor, this 1937 villa is a beautiful place to live and to look at.


Small and Cool Scandinavian Apartment

Thursday, June 19

This nice 75 sqm apartment located in Frederiksberg is just another good example of how even the small place may look airy ans spacious, but still preserve a very cozy atmosphere. Decor here is made nicely with furniture consisting of classic Eames chairs and other vintage furniture accompanied by beautiful abstract and colourful wall art.  


1950s cottage in Montreal

Tuesday, June 10

black wall in home

danish modern sideboard

sputnik pendant

kitchen aid

This interior was created by Sarah and her husband in a 1950s cottage in Montreal. It is full of amazing vivid colors, fantastic mid-century pieces of furniture, decorations and artworks on the walls. Overall  a bright, cheery, easy space with a retro feel to it.


Inspiring Scandinavian apartment in monochrome

Monday, June 9

What a lovely monochromatic interior! Everything comes together with a touch of a rustic piece of furniture in the form of a sofa or the wooden and ethnic decorations like the rug in the living room. The wooden ceilings as well as the artworks on the walls are pretty spectacular as well. 


A star plan Danish modern apartment

Thursday, June 5

string shelf
pop art
ikea rug
This flat is special because all its rooms are accessible from the hallway. It is furnished in a retro Danish modern style with some amazing pieces: the string shelves, grey sofa, geometric rug and several musical instruments.


An all-white Scandinavian apartment

Tuesday, June 3

copper pendant
scandinavian design
This is a wonderful apartment where white predominates in all aspects: the color of the walls, the furniture and the decoration. The hint of black, grey and beige lives up the space as well as the superb pendant light in the living room. Eames' chairs as well as other famous designs make the space even more stylish.


Fab aparment in a functionalist villa

Monday, June 2

retro hanging chair
green sofa

Pantone pendant

This amazing apartment is situated in a functionalist villa in Frederiksberg. When these villas were built, they were laughed at, but now they are amongst the most sought of and most expensive real estates. Just as the functionalists were not afraid to break rules, so is not the owner, Anette Pedersen and her husband Torben. They brought their personal style, interesting collections of designer furniture, flea market finds, art and reckless decor.