Tuesday, May 27
This apartment is a wonderful combination of Danish modern antiques, eclectic 70s design and colorful artwork. The owners Heidi Hofmann and Claus Robenhagen say that they only buy pieces of furniture that can tell a story. They buy the whole variety of furniture, from antiques from Venice, a marble table from 1958 to brand new art by Jeppe Hein - that is what makes their home so special.
Sunday, May 25
This beautiful, light and airy interior is filled with amazing details. Although the majority of the interior is white, it is brought to life with the colorful furniture and decor. Apart from mid-century design like the Eames' chairs, tribal elements are included as well, in the small table or the pattern of the pillows. Overall a very nice, lively space.
Friday, May 23
In the living room of Kristine Grjotheim Bull, every detail is chosen with emotion, and it tells a little story about who she is. The high ceiling creates spaciousness, yet Kristine managed to make her home warm and personal. The fascination for small details present in the lovely flat also led to her own little interior shop called Nest in Oslo.
Thursday, May 22
Verner Panton's niece created this amazing apartment in Frederiksberg which is filled with Panton's designs from the 1970s. The flat is full of bright although carefully selected colors and geometric shapes, which the owner really appreciates. As she is a graphic designer, the sense of symmetry and balance provide relaxation.
Tuesday, May 20
This former school in Copenhagen was recently renovated. Jon Oron, a music producer, and his friends renovated the space and created 16 apartments altogether. This is Jon's apartment, with amazing light wooden floors, eclectic pieces of furniture and artworks on the walls.
Monday, May 19
Color meets Danish modern in this wonderful apartment in Sweden. The decor in this interior is quite spectacular: all the pendant lights in the kitchen and the bedroom. Who would not love to sit in the amazing Bertoia chair made even more comfortable by the fluffy fur and read one of the many books from the bookshelves?
Thursday, May 15
180 -square-foot luxury flat in Frederiksberg. The owner, Karen May Kornum decorated this amazing apartment of hers with vintage finds from flea markets and unusual works of art. Many pieces of furniture in this apartment were restored, the iron chair and the pendant light for example. The overall atmosphere is really well grounded with the wooden floor.
Tuesday, May 13
This beautiful, airy and light apartment is located in Stockholm, in a house from the 1920s. The owners decorated it with some amazing mid-century pieces: the pendant light, string shelves in the kitchen and an industrial table and sofa in the living room. Everything is brought together with a careful and harmonious choice of artworks on the walls.
Monday, May 12
This is such a wonderful apartment, packed with famous Scandinavian and other famous mid-century designs. One might spot Arne Jacobsen's chairs, Eames' chairs and hanger or the BFK Butterfly chair. The black and white interior is really nicely complemented by flesh tones, beiges and the use of wood. And who would have thought that even a bike may become a decoration!
This interior is filled with some amazing pieces of Danish modern furniture. The tones of white, grey, black and mustard yellow complement the color of wood used for the furniture really well. The apartment is full of amazing details as well: the pendant light above the dining table or the use of artwork on the walls in the living room - simply a great, trendy atmosphere with personality.
Friday, May 9
This amazing, bright and colorful interior in Sparrowbush, NY is a candy for the eye.“It’s important to live with colour,” says the owner Bradford Shellhammer, who founded the internet store Fab. He definitely manged to balance the pricey design staples such as the Panton Heart chair with inexpensive pieces from Ikea and his own store and fantastic vintage pieces, such as the radio from West Germany.