Entries in Danish (63)


Raw yet warm

Because there is nothing hotter than the combination of concrete, velvet and black. 
With a humble and intimate approach to the interior, Nærvær is formed by a casual atmosphere with small spaces and niches for guests to enjoy. With an interior design defined by an array of stone, wood and metal, the materials are all natural and have deliberately been altered in order to create dark and industrial surfaces that matches the mood of the place. This conscious focus on tactility brings a warm, material richness to the interior that naturally compliments the raw concrete walls and industrial framework of the space. By NORM.ARCHITECTS.

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More dark drama in Denmark

I'm finishing the week the way I started it with a dark and moody Copenhagen apartment by Rue Verte. Stylish modern living in a pared back classic shell.

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A moody penthouse in Copenhagen

If you like your colour more dark and brooding and less cacophonous then this Danish penthouse apartment might just be the place for you. I love how the few rich colour accents pop against the moody backdrop. Design by Rue Verte, a high-end interior design shop in Copenhagen.

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I want 

I'm like a spoilt child. If I see something I like then I want what I see. Please mummy can I have a beach hut right on the beach? Just meters from the water? Pleeeeeeaaaase. Except I'd want sand not shingle but you can't have it all. Beach House by Studiomama.

Photography by Ben Anders


Modern and moody in black, grey and brown

I spotted this 1915, 400m2 home located outside Copenhagen on Bo Bedre and had to share because dark tones are EVERYTHING and this is how you do dark right. A Scandinavian modern vibe with moody tones of black, grey and brown, an eclectic mix of furnishings, and dark painted woodwork, this is pretty much my dream home. (Photos: Mads Mogensen)

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