I took this nordic apartment straight to my heart when I saw it. The space, the windows and the oversized artwork. In fact, what’s not to love here?! The natural light you get from large windows always impress me. I wonder why construction companies still install small windows. It actually annoys me! We all know natural light helps with well being, right?! Anyway, it’s a whole other story and a different blog post.
In this apartment the minimalist vintage sofas and chairs by Poul Kjaerholm look so good. The leather has really come to life and stands out against the white walls. Did you know these items were designed in the 1950s? I wonder how many owners these sofas have had. They still look so great. Quality, not quantity is such a core concept of Danish design.
I’m not sure about you, but this stunning nordic apartment makes me want to dig out paint brushes and start creating my own art. Not sure how good the result would be and no where near as good as the art in these photos, but I think it could be fun! Are you with me?!
With gorgeous wooden flooring and pale wood throughout, this apartment is a definite favorite. The marble worktops in the kitchen are beautiful next to the pale wood table and the minimal kitchen hides all the clutter away.
All photos from Behrer & Partners.
If you’re looking for a plinth like the one in the bedroom, I’ve spotted some by talented MK Design Studio.