• Inspiration: Jakob and Mathilde

    This family knows how to customize a house, so it becomes a home. Jakob has the ideas ánd the ability to execute them. This leads to smart and playful solutions for the whole family to enjoy. Customized apartment Where: Copenhagen, Denmark Who: Jakob and Mathilde, Ellen (4) and Liv (0) Type: Apartment Living surface: 105 m2 In a nutshell: ’If it ain’t broke, fix it anyways.’ A creative universe unfolds, when Mathilde opens the door to their apartment on the second floor in Copenhagen. The home of the family of four consists of a combined kitchen/livingroom on the one side of the apartment and three (bed-)rooms on the other side. The two sides…

  • Inspiration: Claus and Lizzie

    At Claus and Lizzie’s, their three kids usually hang out in the playroom. Ranging from 11 to 2 years in age, the room is designed in such a way, that all kids can enjoy themselves there. And Lizzie can keep an eye on them from the adjacent kitchen. Mama is watching Where: Frederiksberg, Denmark Who: Claus and Lizzie, Camilla (11), Emilie (5) and Claus Henrik (2) Type: Apartment Living surface: 240 m2 In a nutshell: Lizzie: ’I make all interior decisions, as long as his Tintin statues remain unharmed.’ At one of Frederiksberg’s broad lanes lies the big and light apartment of Claus and Lizzie. Frederiksberg is an independent municipality inside the city of Copenhagen,…

  • Inspiration: Brian and Eliana

    Brian and Eliana fell for the unique design of one of the apartments in the award winning 8 House in Copenhagen, designed by renowned Danish architect Bjarke Ingels. ‘It is a dream come true to live in this building’. It is all in the details Where: Copenhagen, Denmark Who: Brian and Eliana, Nicholas (4) Type: Apartment Living surface: 110 m2 In a nutshell: ‘We agree to disagree about our interior.’ When Brian and Eliana bought the 110 m2 big apartment in 2015 they were taken aback by the one-off details of their apartment and the friendliness of the neighbors. ‘I am a professional tourist guide’, Eliana says, ‘I tell people…

  • Fenne’s favorites… Kentia palm

    You know you’re getting old, when you all of a sudden can’t bear to live in a house where there are no plants. I’m not talking about the occasional bouquet of flowers, but I’m talking about a proper, green plant. One you have to take care of, if you don’t want it to wither and die. I am not known for my green fingers, but we decided to buy a green fellow anyways and see if we could keep it alive. A little over a year ago, we bought our first living room plant, a kentia palm. It was monster expensive (I thought), so I’ve been taking real good care…

  • Inspiration: Deniz og Jannie

    ’I’d rather clean up an extra time, than to live in a boring house.’ Such is the bold statement that Jannie Moretto makes. As a fashion consultant and trained florist, she is used to mixing and matching materials, textures and color, and she is making it a sport to redefine anything traditional. Style over function Where: Copenhagen, Denmark Who: Deniz and Jannie, Olga (4) Type: Apartment Living surface: 106 m2 In a nutshell: ‘Everything is possible.’ ‘Yes, we lack storage space and we could probably have less knick-knacks’ standing around, but it’s so much more fun like this’, says Jannie Moretto. She is the driving force behind all interior decisions at…

  • Inspiration: Jesper and Camilla

    Kids can be kids at Jesper and Camilla’s. ‘We just shove things aside as long as there is someone willing to play with it.’ Due to solid and calm interior design, even a little mess seems stylish in the home of four. Scandinavian vibes on the fifth floor Where: Copenhagen, Denmark Who: Jesper and Camilla, Lea (4) and Ebba (0) Type: Apartment Living surface: 85 m2 In a nutshell: ‘We find energy in each other’s company, and enjoy the fact that all rooms are connected.’ Outside a spring storm is blazing. But the howling winds are readily forgotten when you enter the nordic calm atmosphere of Jesper and Camilla’s apartment on…