This project caught my attention when I spotted it on Remodelista since the small Copenghagen home with minimal modern vintage decor style is about the square footage of the first bungalow we bought for our family in Chicagoland. That home of ours sported two little bedrooms and the tiniest eat-in kitchen you have ever seen, and we renovated it from top to bottom, adding a 3rd bedroom, den, and additional bath.
There’s a lovely, slow living vibe going on inside this thoughtfully appointed flat, with varying textures (paper, wood, stone and exposed galvanized ducting) and natural wabi-sabi like sensibilities. For more slow living lovely, see this.
Project: 860-square-foot attic apartment in a 1737 Copenhagen townhouse
Source: Remodelista, with photography by Katrine Rohrberg
Designer: Danish brand designer, Caroline Feiffer is a Danish brand designer
How They Transformed it: Caroline and Steffan renovated the top floor of this 18th century townhouse with their own hands, adding bleached pine floors and painting the walls and beams white. They remodeled the kitchen and decorated the place with Danish, French and Italian antiques.
Let’s tour Caroline Feiffer’s charming space with its ethereal, rustically elegant, airy style, and I have offered some suggestions for furniture and home decor which may reflect some of that same spirit.
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I love her chairs! I also love:
Do you live in a similar sized home? What do you think about the feel of this airy apartment in Copenhagen?
Peace to you right where you are.