Black, white and concrete

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Yvla Skarp’s home

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Pictures are taken by Kristofer Johnsson for Link Deco 

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Beautiful Nørrebro home

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I love this beautiful home in Copenhagen with the muted colors. There is a nice mix of vintage and new going on. I like the old metal cabinets that are used as closets in the bedroom and the simple white bookshelves that are spread in front of the living room wall.

On a different note, I wanted to let you know that today is the last day my shop will be open before I leave on a trip, so I will give worldwide free shipping for everyone with an order above 15 euro with the code ‘FREESHIP’ on checkout until midnight tonight.

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Light flooded home

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This morning I was very enthusiastic and happy about a little beam of sunlight that came true the window: a first sign that spring is at the door. This was of course nothing compared to the amount of sunlight that is shining through the windows in this beautiful flat. It almost looks like a summer house.

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Home with muted spring colors

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Black wall in a white kitchen

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I really like the vibe of this kitchen: One side is painted black, with artwork to break the surface a little and on the other side there is the white kitchen cabinets with the black tiles. The black Thonet chairs around the white Tulip table complete the whole -rather gloomy but still light and especially cozy- look and feel. Also, if you take a very good look, you can see my Scratched calendar (which you can now get at a reduced price in my shop) hanging on the kitchen wall.

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Susanna Vento for Sato

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I like the colors in this new work from Susanna Vento. Everything looks very simple yet interesting and you get a real Finnish vibe from the space. I especially like the terracotta, copper and brass on the Lundia shelf in the living room. These colors work very well together.

To find out where you can find the items used in this styling, you can have a look at Susanna’s blogpost on her Varpunen blog.

Pictures and styling by Susanna Vento

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