With today’s home tour, I take you to “virtually” visit the home of Kaja Møller, CEO of the historic Danish brand Fredericia.
The house is located a few kilometers north of Copenhagen. It is a house built in 1904 that has been renovated and renewed. The intervention mainly concerned the arrangement of the spaces: many of the rooms were joined together to create a large and bright open space.
As for the interior decoration, the color palette is mainly neutral with shades of white, gray and beige. The presence of many wooden furnishings, some vintage and second-hand, contribute to warming up the interior. The neutral palette is also interrupted by some black elements, such as the beams, the handrail or the kitchen chairs, which create an interesting graphic effect. An unexpected blue wall in the living room breaks the neutral palette and brighten up the living room.
For the furnishings, Kaja naturally chose many Fredericia pieces such as the Trinidad chairs, the Swoon armchair and the Stingray rocking chair in the bedroom. She also added some vintage pieces such as the pharmacy chest of drawers and some design pieces, such as the Lampe Gras arm lamp n ° 214 or the Rosy Angelis floor lamp designed by Philippe Starck for Flos.
Do you like this house?
Photos by Line Thit Klein.
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