This beautiful, light-filled home north of Copenhagen is made up of large airy rooms, high ceilings and an amazing collection of designer furniture and vintage posters. The workspace above is one of my favourite areas of the home. I love the Arne Jacobsen Syver chairs, and collection of lamps which include a table lamp from Italian lighting designer Artemide, a wall lamp from the 40's, found in Paris and an old PH-chandelier, hanging from the ceiling.
Framed vintage posters are seen throughout the home. The owner is crazy about them, and has a favourite haunt in Paris where she sources many rare ones. She also finds them on the internet and at flea markets.
The kitchen is a lovely mix of old and new. Modern benchtops and cabinetry feature alongside a tabletop that is made from floorboards found in an old, abandoned church.
The light and the poster were found in Paris and the small painting is by Pascale Serre.
The beautiful living room is furnished with a mix of family heirlooms and designer pieces. I'm in love with the textures and colour palette. There are too many design classics to list, but a few standout pieces are the Cité armchair designed by Jean Prouvé in 1930, the sheepskin covered chair by Harry Bertoia and the Potence Wall Lamp, also designed by Jean Prouvé in 1950.