Behind almost every summer cottage in Scandinavia is a story about how a middle-aged couple decided to move to the suburbs closer to nature, found an old traditional house and brought it back to life with their own hands. Today’s house near Copenhagen is no exception, with the only difference being not a colored wooden cottage, but a brick mason’s villa. The house was built almost 100 years ago in the 1930s, but until recently only memories remained of its former glory. Ann-Christine and her husband Soren, who is an engineer and builder by profession, were able to carry out a major renovation in one year and turn the villa into a real oasis of light and comfort. Beautiful living!
See also: Cozy house in the woods in Denmark