Today’s home tour takes us to visit an elegant, sophisticated house and, as the owner describes it, with a masculine soul.
It is the Copenhagen home of the influencer and fashion stylist Sophia Roe, daughter of the Nordic brand Louise Roe’s founder.
The style is essential but refined: a few but “important” pieces of furniture and a palette of neutral colors, except for the green accent. Sophia has mixed with great taste and balance design icons, vintage pieces, family furnishings, and of course, furnishing from her mother’s brand.
The great protagonist of the living room is a vintage Togo sofa (designed by Michel Ducaroy in 1973) in a beautiful olive green leather. In a game of contrasts, the enveloping shapes of the couch are combined with other pieces with rigorous and geometric shapes, such as the travertine tables or the F51 armchair designed in 1920 by Walter Gropius. The Norr Mälarstrand carpet by Nordic Knots takes up olive green. The bouclé wool armchair is the Font Bold by Møbel Copenhagen.
The table is by Louise Roe and the dining chairs are by Gubi.
Among the vintage pieces, the old piano that Sophia used as a child and a desk in the 1950s, combined with the iconic Panton Chair by Verner Panton, stand out.
I liked this house because of the combinations and contrasts between colors, textures, shapes, and materials that result in a perfect balance! The palette is mainly composed of neutral and muted colors ranging from white to beige with black graphic accents. The only hint of color is the olive green of the sofa and dining chairs.
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