17.2.10

{charlottenlund, copenhagen}




. . . happily drawn to the serenity of danish designer nina kejser and her italian husband's small town home, just north of copenhagen -- the wonderful floods of light and all the beautiful details -- the harmonious arrangement of silver tins, casually displayed make-up brushes and earthenware vases filled with pussy willows . . .

{p.s.} also:
* another copenhagen home
* a swedish apartment
* a swedish boutique hotel
* more white & silver

{photography by
mikkel adsbøl; via desire to inspire}

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19 Comments:

Blogger Sarah Klassen said...

What a great place! I love the details throughout -- the kitchen, vases, light fixtures, etc. A very refreshing home...

I hope you're having a great week / xo

February 17, 2010  
Blogger lea simply said...

I am italian,I love white walls, like my home,is the new trend.

February 17, 2010  
Blogger Garberg Designshop Blogg said...

Beautifull pictures, beautifull home:)I wish I had the lamps in the hallway, they are lovely.

February 17, 2010  
Blogger Ephemerette said...

Gorgeous! Especially like the silver cannisters on the kitchen shelves.

February 17, 2010  
Blogger V.D. said...

Incredible!!!You are amazing. I love your compositions

February 17, 2010  
Anonymous goldene said...

never get tired of beautifully arranged white and airy spaces...

February 17, 2010  
Anonymous Carole said...

Great pictures. A lesson in how functional things can be beautiful too. Lovely.

February 17, 2010  
Anonymous Elizabeth said...

Love the vases on the floor... and the pretty, little chandeliers in the corridor... so beautiful, and a perfect blend of Scandinavian sophistication and organic details...

February 17, 2010  
Blogger Jeanne-Aelia Desparmet-Hart said...

I have nominated you for the Fabulous Blogger Award. Bravo and thank you for giving such a great blog. please check it at http://thefrencheye.blogspot.com and please pass it along.Merci.

February 17, 2010  
Blogger Kathysue said...

Simple and lovely! Kathysue

February 17, 2010  
Blogger {this is glamorous} said...

v.d. -- thank you!

carole -- definitely + has inspired the rethinking of functional things at home . . .

elizabeth -- so true + so beautifully put

xo

February 17, 2010  
Blogger {this is glamorous} said...

jeanne-aelia desparmet-hart -- how lovely! thank you

xo

February 17, 2010  
Blogger Jamie said...

Another example of how white doesn't have to be boring!

http://glamlatte.blogspot.com

February 17, 2010  
Blogger Miss Amy said...

I love the glass acorn lookalike light fixtures in the bottom photo!! Beautiful and bright images. Thanks for sharing.

February 17, 2010  
Anonymous Anne @ The City Sage said...

I DIE! The light, the light! I think we would all be transformed into lithe and willowy Danish models if we moved there, just by the power of that magical light!

The huz was supposed to give a talk at a conference in copenhagen this june, but had to bow out due to other obligations. I was going to tag along! Kicking myself now that we can't go...

February 17, 2010  
Blogger Beatriz said...

Sometimes I wonder if my obsession with white is a little much... thanks for reminding me how fabulous and timeless it is!!

I could totally use your advice. I'm looking at some wedding registry basics in the same tones and I'm at a loss about what to choose!! Latest post. Thanks!!

Beatriz.
thatgirlinpearls.com

February 17, 2010  
Anonymous Michaela at The Gardener's Eden said...

Calm gorgeousness in a cluttered and crazy world...

February 17, 2010  
Blogger AH said...

when can i move in?

February 17, 2010  
Blogger basho said...

A sunlit afternoon sounds heavenly...

February 17, 2010  

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