Scandinavian Kitchens (by Susan Serra) Take a look at these inspiring kitchen designs
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.
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.
Colorful, earthy, urban feeling kitchen from the Danish magazine, Rum.
An eclectic kitchen from the Danish magazine, Rum.
An apartment in Copenhagen. Soft, modern, lovely.
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 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 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.
The feeling in this restaurant, Kadeau, in Bornholm, Denmark, is warm and cozy, yet light and fresh-that’s often a theme in Scandinavian design. The crisp white furniture and woodwork contrasted with textured soft gray walls and further complemented by warm tones in flooring and furniture, is all about comfort. One piece of artwork, situated next to a coat hanging rack, just feels organic in some way; maybe it’s the form.
Excuse the tags and a bit of a haphazard look. The fabulous furniture, displayed at Illums Bolighus in Copenhagen and that awesome fireplace makes it all worthwhile!