I was recently devouring the website of Danish stylist and writer Katrine Martensen-Larsen and came across the most wonderful home that is bathed in white. It is the flat of Danish designer Nina Kejser and her Italian husband Mario Iadanza in the small town of Charlottenlund just north of Copenhagen. Most of the furnishings are modern but I love that they’ve added some vintage pieces here and there to add interest. I am becoming more and more in love with neutral spaces and this one really does it for me, and it’s styled perfectly by Katrine and photographed by Mikkel Adsbøl. (Stay tuned tomorrow for more of her work).
Your blog makes about me dream!!! I love it!!!! I love that you show us!!!
Thank you !!!
This really is proof that monochromatic interiors can have heart and soul – a beautiful and inspiring space – that’s going straight into my renovations folder! We discovered that our new home has beech floors under the fitted Persian (yikes) carpets and this space is a lovely reference for us to use. thank you!
Maybe too much white for me, but I have to recognise that everything looks great and sooo personal.
As you I so love Georgian houses! This one is very beautiful and so surprising if you see the very classical outside and than a very beautiful more contemporary inside! I love it!
Thank you for sharing! You gave me inspiration!
Here I am again! Sorry my comment was ment on the post of the Georgian house! I don’t know what I did wrong!!
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(This was clarified in a post last week but perhaps people missed it)
Wow,and wow,and wow,its amazing! I very like it! The kitchen is the best… 🙂
I love white…What if I have two dogs? I mean I NEVER buy white because I know it will get trashed immediately. Any suggestions, or know people that have dogs and do white anyways?
The first word that comes to mind…CLEAN! Inspiration: need to paint the trim in my whole home…CRISP WHITE! It is currently a grey-ish antique white, which looks a tad muddy.
Thanks for posting Katrine’s work, it’s a true inspiration. And speaking of "inspiration", we love your blog, it’s definitely inspiring! Thank you.