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.
When I go to Denmark I mostly rent apartments. I stayed in this apartment which was in a very old building. The wall panels, old timbers and textured walls add so much charm and warmth. It’s certainly far from luxurious, but luxurious in its own way.
A mix of styles and neutrals in these eclectic dining and living rooms in a Copenhagen apartment. It’s the way to combine comfort and elegance.
A charming table that is situated in a hallway just next to an apartment door. It’s a beautiful and simple arrangement of interesting objects and textures.
A vignette of the new Fredericia furniture showroom in Copenhagen. A fresh take on classic furniture set against a centuries old wall. The dark gray wide floor boards was also a new take on Scandinavian flooring, most often having a natural finish.
A well designed white Scandinavian kitchen in Invita’s Copenhagen showroom. Good proportion on the door and drawer sizes, a modern mix of white and stainless across the entire cooking area adds continuity. A beautiful textured floor adds warmth. Lighting below the cabinets adds a floating effect.
Please join me today for a Twitter chat on kitchen finds from High Point. Designer Tamara Stephenson will be the guest host and has just come back from High Point, in part, looking for trends and ways to incorporate home furnishings for other uses into the kitchen - alternative storage pieces, multi-use furnishings, dining trends and more.
Kitchen Design Chat Monday Oct 22 at 5:30 pm ET #KDChat - just go to tweetchat.com and enter KDChat
Series 7 chair…fun combination! spotted here. (Image by Susan)