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.
Such richly interesting objects in a window of an antique store on Ravnsborggade in Copenhagen and the reflection adds the perfect touch. I took this picture because I wanted to remember the painting on the left side of the window - a classic modern style.
A favorite outdoor restaurant in the Nyhavn area of Copenhagen. Charm, age, living things, texture and that cozy factor adds warmth on the coldest days.
Scandinavian design inspiration comes from just being out in the street as I saw in the color and lines of this scene during a walk in Copenhagen.
A good way to store glasses on a rubberized drawer liner. When wall cabinets are not used in a kitchen design, glass storage in a drawer is a good alternative.
A dreamy, classic, elegant row of beautiful architecture in Copenhagen. A lovely city view.
A beautiful kitchen display in the Invita showroom in Copenhagen. Natural flooring mixes with soft, modern design elements and strong texture in the backsplash adds excitement
A beautiful square in Copenhagen. Classic mixture of white, cream, warm beige building facades. January 2013
A walk along a charming street in Copenhagen, January 2013
Get flooring material and make a table. Find a base, any kind of base and the design will be yours alone. This Scandinavian table design was shot by me in Illums Bolighus. It also allows for the appreciation of the natural wood characteristics.
A piece of furniture can also be at home in the kitchen or breakfast room to add a feeling of modern luxury. This beautiful vignette is from the Scandic Front Hotel.
Shot through a shop window in Copenhagen-the shop was closed and I always regret not having followed up on purchasing these incredible beautiful Scandinavian classic modern ceramics.