Scandinavian Kitchens (by Susan Serra) Take a look at these inspiring kitchen designs
Beautiful lighting by &Tradition at Illums Bolighus in Copenhagen. I see many light fixtures with black finishes which can be a sort of punctuation mark in the design.
The angle is awkward but it illustrates very well exactly how a sleek black and stainless kitchen (cabinetry and countertops) works aesthetically with rustic, traditional flooring and accessories, nudging this kitchen toward a warm look and feel. Invita kitchen showroom.
Beautiful lighting by &Tradition, displayed at ICFF. Sensuous and understated.
Here is the new Ro chair by Fritz Hansen displayed at ICFF. I sat in it and it’s COMFORTABLE!
Beautiful combination of fabrics on a Fritz Hansen new chair at ICFF
Who doesn’t love old doors? These are on a street in Copenhagen and are flanked by a rose on each side. Of course, there is a modern element - note the wall sconce on the right. Somehow it fits aesthetically.
I’ve shown this display in the Invita showroom before from a different angle. It’s a god example of how white is used combined with warm wood and texture to give a furniture-like look. The expanse of white countertop and integrated sink allow this design to have a visual flow.
The kitchen cart is a very useful functional piece in the kitchen. Able to move to create a new work station, it adds both storage and function and looks good too. This was in the Invita showroom in Copenhagen
Doesn’t this look like a dining room in a home rather than in a restaurant? The mix of styles and materials, the accessories and artwork and other elements just look so inviting and UNcontrived compared to so many other restaurants. It’s in a very small Inn on Bornholm, Denmark.
Kitchen display in Uno Form showroom in Copenhagen. Classic modern style mixes well with old wood and accessories with warmth.
A stunning light fixture by Le Klint, the iconic Danish brand. Beautiful proportion and details.
A mix of rustic, neutrals and modern design in this casual setting. Interesting textures and surfaces. Invita showroom Copenhagen