All posts with tag:Denmark

This family lives in the small town of Tiswilde in Denmark in a house built in 1912. They are beginning to carefully prepare for Christmas already in November: the owners have two small children, and for them, this is a special and magical time. The central space of the house is the dining room with…

In the house where kids live, Christmas and New Year are always special events. In December, filled with confetti, crafts, advent calendars and gifts. This family from Denmark in their home added colorful and positive decor to interiors. The Christmas tree is decorated with Danish flags and toys in the form of mushrooms, snowmen and…

The owners of this house in Denmark, a couple with two children, did not choose ordinary toys from the supermarket for the festive decor. Their cottage is special: the house was built in 1930, and it stands out for its compactness and red facade against the background of other buildings. Therefore, Christmas decorations, as well…

In one of his recent blogs, the young Danish brand Ferm Living calls autumn a golden season, and this concept is well felt in the company’s new fall collection. Sand, beige, gold and brown shades create a mood in the new product line. These interiors radiate pleasant warmth, at the same time they are more…

Autumn is an incredibly interesting and wonderful period, which has its own special charm. We must admit that wonderful Danish brand Tine K very successfully conveyed the autumn atmosphere in its new home collection called Slow. First of all, it’s about color – complex muted shades already create the right mood and set the style….

As we know, Scandinavians do not like to hide too much from the outside world in their homes. For example, in most Swedish apartments there are no curtains or tulle – for many of us, such a choice sometimes seems rather unusual and weird. Here, in this amazing house on the secluded island of Fano…

We are used to the fact that Scandinavian apartments are usually located in houses of the beginning of the last century or even older buildings. But this flat is located in one of the skyscrapers of Copenhagen, and this fact is reflected in its design. This is not a classic Scandinavian style, but rather its…

We usually say about such houses “the line between nature and interiors is almost blurred.” And indeed, this small summer cottage perfectly fits into the woodland of the Danish countryside, built entirely of wood and glass, and most importantly – surrounded on all sides by wildlife. The interiors of the house are very simple and…