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Tuesday
May032011

Under The Danish Sun

Architects nowadays have no boundaries when designing homes to fit our modern lifestyle. This rather angular and unique house, set in the Danish woods, belongs to a family of four. The living area was designed as a big bright central room where the kitchen, dining and lounge area are located. Soaring floor to ceiling windows on either side of the space bathe the space with natural light all day long. The decor is quite simple yet striking, with the unexpected touch of red velvet curtains that soften the rather crisp black and white interiors — and with pops of sunny yellow throughout the house to add a ray of whimsy. Another delightful home I wanted to share with you today. Enjoy!

Spotted in BoBedre

Reader Comments (2)

Wow felt like I was looking at a mirrored image, gorgeous home.
May 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJ'Ann
is the corner really that pointy?or just the effect of lens? if so i wonder how they make use of the pointy corner
May 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterYue

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