Scandinavian interior

Fashion stylist Sophia Roe’s home

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. ...

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Residence LC, a minimalist home by Nils Van der Celen

Residence LC is a minimalist home located in Knokke, Belgium, designed by Nils Van der Celen. The client wanted to keep the relationship between outside and inside serene. The designer created a homogeneous concept focused on tranquility and simplicity by mainly using natural, yet qualitative materials. The main material chosen is a light oak wood veneer with a vertical grain, combined with a ...

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A minimalist apartment in Copenhagen

"Copenhagen" is an apartment designed by architect Emil Dervish and located in Copenhagen, Denmark. The 66-square meters family home is a bright and airy minimalist space characterized by natural tones and materials. The open floor plan allows natural light to spread throughout the space and provides a more open and welcoming environment for guests. Built-ins wardrobes are used as partitions ...

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A Fredericia furnished home

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 ...

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Note Design Studio signs the interior of the Gina Tricot store in Stockholm

Note Design Studio, in collaboration with Open Studio, designed the first flagship store of the Swedish fashion brand Gina Tricot. The store occupies an historical building on Götgatan, one of the main shopping streets in the Södermalm district of Stockholm. The store was designed with the aim of giving the user a new shopping experience: "Instead of funnelling the visitor through a pre-set ...

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