Bohemian creativity in this Copenhagen home
When I saw this place last week I knew I had to share this with you as soon as possible. It is so cool, with lots of creative ideas and a great bohemian vibe throughout. You will love it!
This old industrial building is situated in Copenhagen and is the home of Sus Mogensen and her family. And when they bought the place they changed everything from the ground up. Many things you see in the home are DIY projects so I invite you to take some inspiration. And they used many reclaimed materials to keep it affordable but also sustainable. This home is so warm and unique, please come in:
Loving the big windows, velvet, the mustard coloured sofa, as well as the floor in the bathroom.
The colours are so warm and the home is tinted in some golden reflection when the beautiful Scandinavian lights shines in…
Floor envy anyone?
There is a story to it as well: The wooden floor was once a kitchen that has been moved to the living room and a batch of hand-made bricks forms new flooring. To prevent the floor from getting too “thick”, each tile was cut in half by hand and laid in a beautiful pattern.
And that kids room. So lush… I went out to see if I can find some additional images to show you a little more and was lucky through The Nordroom. And as you can see, more ‘gold’….
Altogether, the decor feels warm, personal and just very cosy. Really very bohemian luxury, rustic and charming.
More Copenhagen home inspiration? How about this colourful family home?
Fotograf: Andrea Papini
Stylist: Alexandra Papini
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