Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Home Style, Neutral, Arty in Denmark

Love this colour palette; grey, warm wood and neutral with touches of green.

A quirky and cosy 2 storey home with living quarters upstairs being flooded with natural light from those angled skylights/windows and studio downstairs.

The particular standout for me is the unpainted limed walls and those beautifully whitewashed floorboards - so earthy, so tactile, so gorgeous!

Looks like space saving was at the top of the list - what with the angled ceiling/roof, keeping items simple, minimal and functional have been chosen so as not to overcrowd the limited space.  It seems to have worked, there is even a drying room in the top floor accessed via a lovely curved staircase!  (How I would have loved a drying room during this winter)!








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3 comments:

Lisa Hjalt said...

The walls are beautiful, love that grey shade. I think the fire place looks awesome and then there are of course the exposed beams...

Audrey said...

Beautiful Helen, love the green leather in combination with the natural elements. Great mix!

I hope you have a great week so far!x

Classiq said...

The walls, floors and the shades of green are what draw me in. It's lovely!

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