I first saw this home on the lovely blog 79 ideas and was so captivated, it prompted me to delve further. The stunning images were taken by Danish photographer Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer for the January issue of Elle Decoration. Specialising in interior and lifestyle photography, Birgitta's work takes her around the world, and is featured in top Danish and international magazines.
Having photographed more than 2000 unique homes worldwide, she has even published several books on the subject, which are sold throughout Europe. I'd love to get my hands on them, especially her best seller 'Nordlys' which captures the typical Scandinavian style.
This home really get my heart racing. The pristine white interiors and built-in desk below that beautiful big window has created the most divine, light-filled workspace. Minimalist styling with wood details and a beautiful collection of framed pictures make for a stunning photo series. To see more, take a look here.
Images via www.elledecoration.co.uk
This next house shot by Birgitta is in Versailles and belongs to designer Jane Whitfield. Once again the mood and light has been captured beautifully.
Monochrome interiors with wood and touches of colour. An incredible combination brought to life through the lens. You can see more here.
Images via www.telegraph.co.uk
To finish off, I thought I'd show you a few photos taken by Birgitta of her own home. Large airy rooms, with giant windows and french doors, the all white home is dreamy. Featured in Sköna Hem, Birgitta talks about her love of shooting in natural light and how her work and travels have inspired her own decorating style. You can read the article and see the full house tour here.
It's hard to believe that an active family with both children and dogs occupy this immaculate home! Despite it's flawless appearance Birgitta says her interior focus is on relaxation and enjoyment. A balance that cannot be easy to achieve, I hope to master it one day!
Images via www.skonahem.com
If these amazing homes have left you wanting more, and I'm sure they will, I recommend you check out Birgitta's interior portfolio.