All posts with tag:Copenhagen

Hannah, the owner of this house in Copenhagen, has a very unusual profession – she is a textile artist, creates original objects of art using all kinds of fabrics to decorate interiors. Her home also cannot be called ordinary – it is a former pencil factory with an open space, many windows and very high…

The owner of this Danish apartment is very fond of blue – we can see its different shades in almost every room. But if you think that because of this, the interiors turned out to be cold and not cozy, then this is not at all the case. The owner selected beautiful furniture and decor…

We continue to stroll through the elegant Scandinavian homes on the eve of the holidays. Today we have a noble 1927 villa in the suburbs of Copenhagen, where live Emily – the founder of the Danish jewelry brand Studio Belle-Soeur – with her family. The hostess knows a lot about fashion and physical beauty, so…

With the birth of her child, young Danish author and stylist Luna Signe Hordum completely rethought her attitude towards Christmas decoration. If before she rarely even put a Christmas tree, now in her bright apartment in Copenhagen there are several trees of different sizes and shapes. The same goes for the rest of the festive…

The hotel or rather the guest house The Darling on Amager Square in the very heart of Copenhagen can be called truly Danish not only because of its characteristic interiors, but also because it houses a showroom of Danish design. The space of the hotel resembles an apartment you have visited: a lot of textiles,…

The owners of this Copenhagen home chose bold black for their interiors. In such an environment, a kitchen with a brass island looks especially attractive – like a gold nugget lost among the stones. And, apart from the light floor and a couple of beige and green items, this is almost the only not black…

The owners of this Copenhagen apartment love music so much that a third of the total area they gave to a music studio. In fact, the family of musicians acquired a very unusual space: a 60-meter apartment, adjacent to the commercial premises of a former shop – here the couple created a wonderful studio for…

The new hotel Villa Copenhagen has recently opened in the building of the former General Post and Telegraph Office of Copenhagen. The building of 1912, built in the neo-baroque style, was recognized as an architectural monument, which means that special attention was riveted to this reconstruction. The main post office accommodated as many as 390…