Get the Look

Image from The Apartment DK

I was lucky enough to spend six weeks in Copenhagen this year and Danish interior design stole my heart. The bright, clean interiors accented with happy pops of color and the mix of vintage and new design was truly inspiring.

There are so many treasures I wish I could have taken home, but alas that wasn't possible. So now that I'm back stateside I often try to get the Danish Modern look (for myself or clients) through accessible sources.

Home Furnishings

Besa Lighting Trilo Champagne Glass Mini Pendant Chandelier, Zuo Fillmore Modern Distressed Wood Dining Table,
Zuo Modern White S-Chairs, Glacier Glass White Resin Small Vase,
Turquoise Glass Contemporary Bowl Vase

I love this clean dining nook pictured above. The combo of the natural wood table with the white S-chairs is timeless and fresh. The two pendants hangin over the table keep the space from looking steryl and the vases filled with happy florals pull everything together, yes?

Modern Sitting Area

Image from Design Milk

I actually got to visit this space while I was in Denmark and it's very, very inspiring. I couldn't bring furniture home with me but I did come home full of new ideas. Painting a mirror?? Genius! Using a mirrored table to create a visual dialog between the mirror on the wall and the one on the floor? Double genius! A soothing palette of pastels used in a very grow-up way? I'm all over it!

Design Concept

Rectangular Beveled Frameless Wall Mirror, Juliet Brass with Pearl Dupioni Robert Abbey Floor Lamp,
Drum Platinum Dupioni Grey Lamp Shade, Marymount Modern Black and White Coffee Table

Images: The Apartment DK, Design Milk