Scandinavian Kitchens (by Susan Serra) Take a look at these inspiring kitchen designs
Here is the new Ro chair by Fritz Hansen displayed at ICFF. I sat in it and it’s COMFORTABLE!
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.
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
Simple, warm, interesting shapes, colors, grounded by a lovely rustic floor and white walls and trim-Invita showroom in Copenhagen.
An eclectic kitchen from the Danish magazine, Rum.
A current look in European kitchen design are layers of countertops, one type of surface set on top of another for different reasons such as special prep areas, dining or for an aesthetic purpose.
A fabulous, super thin countertop with integral, molded sink - precision fit for the most modern look. I like it - I think it is elegant simplicity. Uno Form showroom Copenhagen.
Timeless, simple, white modern kitchen paired with classic herringbone flooring. Less is more and this look is modern elegance. Uno Form showroom in Copenhagen. The precision fit countertop is perfect in its crisp and clean design.
A beautiful interior of neutrals, textures and contrast in lights and darks. Modern warmth. Uno Form showroom in Copenhagen.
This kitchen in the Uno Form showroom in Copenhagen features the warmth of wood combined with cool neutrals. The rustic yet classic flooring adds a needed cozy factor. The pattern of the cabinetry adds interest to the long pieces.
A showroom kitchen in Copenhagen, Invita, but it’s a good argument for a kitchen design with large, low windows and it shows how nice a big connection to the outdoors feels. It means a little bit of a sacrifice of storage which should also be weighed. I can see a couple of comfortable upholstered chairs near the window to round out the kitchen as living space.