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The Home of Ceramicist Anne Black


I first discovered Copenhagen-based ceramicist Anne Black when I attended The Working Party at Source Home + Object last month. I immediately took a shine to her beautiful handcrafted porcelain products. Stumbling across her home that she shares with husband Jesper Moseholm and their three children, I was naturally curious to see how she lives. Beautiful high ceilings and herringbone parquet flooring provide an impressive backdrop, but it is Anne's wonderful curation of furniture, lighting, artwork and objects that really bring the spaces to life. 

Her expansive light-filled dining room is my favourite area. A simple table surrounded by a mix of chairs and and natural overlapping rugs underfoot, Anne's beautiful porcelain adorns the table. 

Art on the table and books on the floor give the living space a relaxed feel without being cluttered. Every piece, whether it be new like the Tom Dixon Offcut Stool or a second-hand find like the filing cabinets has been carefully chosen. The end result is an eclectic, personal and harmonious interior. 

Photography by Christoffer Regild

A few unique pieces in the living room have caught my eye. The Shiraz sofa designed by Philipp Mainzer + Farah Ebrahimi for E15 has such an elegant yet versatile design, while the beautiful Japanese Space Divider and Woven Rugs are from BCXSY, an Amsterdam-based interdisciplinary cooperative between designers Boaz Cohen and Sayaka Yamamoto. 

Visit Anne Black to find out more about her elegant and timeless ceramics collection. For NZ enquries contact Source Home + Object.  

Images via Bo Bedre

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  1. I'm a huge fan of masculine and feminine design merging in this light but bold decor. This is gorgeous.
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