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 right chair can make a strong design statement in the kitchen dining space. Texture and design communicate the style message. This chair is by Nicholas Lee. Flexible comfort, maybe one with a cushion and the other type without.
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 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
Laminate textures can replicate nature with a twist, accentuating line, texture and color. Soft laminate paired with soft aluminum pulls seems practically timeless.
Seen and shot at Klassen’s, a wonderful restaurant in Bornholm, Denmark, the use of fading snips of vegetation brings a feeling of something real when set against a formal table. A rare sight, but worth gathering the fading vegetation for a visual contrast.
So easy to put together a dish of shells and rocks with candles as a centerpiece or as an accent anywhere in the kitchen for a decorative touch whether entertaining or just for you. Everyone ends up in the kitchen-ditch the candle jars and make an organic arrangement.
I don’t know where in Copenhagen I took this shot of this amazing light colored flooring, but I have not seen it before or since. The texture is unique-organic yet classic and modern as so much of Scandinavian design is.
Stunning Ceramics by Charlotte Thorup, made by the artisan in her studio in Denmark
The quintessential Scandinavian dining room - in this case, in the world famous restaurant, Noma, in Copenhagen. Mid Century Modern exquisite furniture is effortlessly at home with antique architecture, heavy texture and simple surroundings. From the blog Solid Frog.
A number of posts today on design details
Imagine….deep blue/gray kitchen cabinetry, black countertops, natural/very light wide planked wood flooring and white or soft gray walls. Other variations on this theme abound. Image by Susan in Copenhagen.
My cousin, Lis’s summer house near the sea, northwest of Copenhagen, in Denmark. Wood, white, color, and more wood. Modern, cozy, warm, fresh, all at once, I think. (images by Susan)