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Bathing in the dark

Dark bathing beauties from the Danish masters of minimalism Norm.Architects. The en-suite bathroom in this old townhouse in Copenhagen features concrete, dark porcelain tiles and customised bronzed fixtures while family bathroom continues the dark, cave-like luxury.

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Line Klein

I am experiencing shortness of breath, heart palpitations and excessive drooling over these glorious photos by Copenhagen-based photographer Line Klein. Not only is each space heavenly, Line has captured their beauty in the most perfect way, at the perfect angle, in perfect light. 

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Frama Studio kitchen

A simple but stylish kitchenette at the offices of magazine Soundvenue by Danish design studio Frama. "Designed to be a free standing element in a space without mounting to any walls or floors, the Frama Kitchen portrays the light expression of a piece of furniture within the kitchen environment." A striking bespoke unit of oiled oak drawers and black marble within a powder coated steel frame matched with pieces from their furniture collection.

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A delicious Danish kitchen

A Garde Hvalsøe bespoke oak kitchen in collaboration with Dinesen. Sigh.


A rustic gem in Copenhagen

There is something about a home that is left raw and natural that always gives me heart palpitations. I nearly fell out of my chair when I spotted this apartment that was featured in one of my favourite magazines, Milk Décoration. Formerly a watchmaker's shop in a building constructed in 1905 in Østerbro, Copenhagen, it is the home of Niels Strøyer Christophersen, co-founder and artistic director of Danish design studio FRAMA. The patina, the history peeking out through peeling paint is perhaps too raw for most, but I think it's absolutely beautiful. Photos: Nathalie Krag