{home inspiration: turebyholm castle, denmark}


. . . today, it's whisked away by the grandeur and light of this stunning rococo castle in the sprawling danish countryside -- built in 1754, it is utterly filled with a perfect mix of art deco and modern italian furniture designs, exquisite antiques and hand printed silk wallpaper, gilt wood wall panels and gold-rimmed china, intermingling beautifully with spectacularly ornate mirrors and glittering chandeliers . . .









{images: home of winnie mølsgaard & her husband eigil, photography by kira brandt, styling by katrine martensen-larsen via desire to inspire}

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Blogger rebecca said...

whoa fancy fancy!

January 17, 2011  
Blogger Chic Coles said...

How beautiful.

January 17, 2011  
Blogger Dustjacket Attic said...

Beautiful, especially the wallcovering.

I love your extra page content (You always have the best ideas), the inspiration board is really something.

xxx DJ

January 17, 2011  
Blogger Ana Zee said...

Just wanted to say that I love your blog and that I awarded you the Stylish Blogger Award. :)

January 17, 2011  
Blogger Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

so luxurious, love the girly elements mixed with gold, modern and classy

January 17, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh, that dining room is such a great mix of glamour + mid century with those chairs. very nice balance.

January 17, 2011  
Blogger Kendra H. said...



January 17, 2011  
Blogger Australienne Home said...

That's a really beautiful home, so simple but still glamorous


January 17, 2011  
Blogger Callie Grayson said...

stunning, that dining room is a dream!!

January 17, 2011  
Blogger Nicole C said...

This is such a lovely post!! I love all the clean white walls and furniture! The vintage chandelier is wonderful!!


January 17, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the rustic wide plank wood floors pair so unexpectedly well with the gilt wood panel walls...beautiful!


January 18, 2011  
Blogger Naomi said...

Simple and elegant...always comes to mind whenever I see Danish decor. Always a pleasure to visit my favorite blog.xx

January 18, 2011  
Blogger Sarah Klassen said...

Roséline, I just adore how you have written about this beautiful place... when I opened your page, I think my heart might have actually stopped for a moment—it is perfection! All of the white, gold and soft greys are just lovely. The spaces feels so open, yet not cold at all. Also, there is something about those unique chairs in the sitting area—I don't know why, but I really, really like them. Have you seen chairs like them before? They are vintage, perhaps?


January 18, 2011  
Blogger magdalena viktoria said...

I like that at first I was drawn by its simplicity, but looking closer it was about its intricate design.

January 18, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is quite the grand entrance and the interiors are both grand and simple at the same time.

January 18, 2011  
Blogger Sinny said...

Beautiful! So bright and airy. Love the gold and white tea set.

January 18, 2011  
Blogger Cari-Jane Hakes said...

That Is Most Beautiful. I can almost smell the freshness and the clean-ness of these spaces just from looking at the pictures. The little hints of gold edging and timber give it such a delicate feel.

January 18, 2011  
Blogger Jenni Austria Germany said...

i like that wallpaper.

January 18, 2011  

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