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Bo Bedre


Bo Bedre (Live Better) is Denmark's top interior design magazine. Launched over 50 years ago, it was the first specialist publication of its kind in Demark, becoming the biggest-circulation magazine on the market. Fifty years later Bo Bedre still holds a special place in the hearts of Danish consumers, with twice as many readers as its closest competitor. They also have a lot more male readers than is typical, due to a focus on design and architecture. A team of top journalists, photographers and stylists work together to produce an inspiring magazine that is always first with the latest housing, lifestyle and interior trends, both in Scandinavia and around the world. 

In 2004 a Norwegian version of the magazine was launched. Luckily for those of us who do not have access to the print version, there are the Bo Bedre websites. I regularly visit both for interior and design inspiration and thought I'd share two great homes that I've stumbled across over the last few days, one from Bo Bedre Denmark and the other from Bo Bedre Norway.  

This home, located in Snekkersten, Denmark grabbed my attention for a few reasons. I love the white interior with touches of pink, the parquet flooring and the built in shelves between the living area and kitchen. 

My favourite room however is the dining room which features a custom made table, designed by the owner of the house and chairs by Paola Navone for Gervasoni. The gorgeous pendant light hanging above the table is designed by Ingo Maurer and the pink poster is from the Danish/Swedish graphic design studio ATWTP. Beautiful french doors lead outside. 

Colourful posters from Theatre Republique in Copenhagen, and Tolomeo Tavolo lamps from Artemide appear in several rooms, giving the home a lovely, cohesive feel. 

Source: A Merry Mishap via

Another beautiful home, this one was built in 1926, and has undergone a complete architectural renovation. The owner's goal to improve the layout and create lots of light has definitely been achieved. 

More floor envy here with the exquisite wide wood planks by Dinesen. Simple styling and a range of designer furniture enhance the spacious home. 

Hard wearing polished concrete flooring is a practical choice for the entrance way, and the yellow Muuto wall dots add a pop of colour. 

If you'd like to see the full house tours, make sure you pop over to the Bo Bedre websites. No doubt you'll find loads more inspiration. Enjoy!

Source: The Designer Pad via

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  1. I was just strolling down Facebook and saw your blog post was featuring the same home as I did today! You blogged yours two hours b4 me, but I had no idea until now. I think we're in sync. I was inspired when I saw the amazing graphic posters on Pinterest y'day, so bookmarked it for today :) x

  2. Ahh. you find the best design! Will def. have to check out the website! xo.



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