Today I invite you on a photographic tour of this bright and airy Copenhagen home that belongs to Tina, who expertly combines passion for contemporary Nordic design with her love of pottery.
The liveability, effortless comfort and cosiness together with high aesthetic value is what I think makes Scandinavian style so attractive. Tina’s home is a wonderful example of this.
What I particularly love about this home is abundant but considerate use of design classics, ceramics in simple earthy tones grouped together for best impact (I particularly like window sill displays as I often wonder how to make window sills more interesting), moroccan rugs on the floor – goes perfectly with Nordic style and of course paired down colour scheme.
Get the look
From top clockwise: Lyngby Vase, Lyngby Porcelæn | PH 3/2 table lamp, Louis Poulsen | CH24 Wishbone Chair, Carl Hansen & Søn | PH 5 Classic Pendant, Louis Poulsen | CH25 Low Armchair, Carl Hansen & Søn | J83 stool, Fdb møbler | AJ Floor lamp, Louis Poulsen
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