Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Pop Sensibility










A decorator for the sumptuous interiors shop Girlie Hurly in Copenhagen, Bibi Nørgård applies the same 1970s pop culture aesthetic in her home that can be seen in her window displays. In the 100 square meter Vesterbro apartment that she shares with her partner Rolf Sune and their 10-month-old daughter Cleo, Bibi mixes vintage space age-influenced design furniture with '70s flea market bargains, and a bit of Ikea in the kitchen, too — all brightened with colourful accessories. Fun, cheerful and very liveable, too. More (in Danish) here from Bolig Magasinet.


(photography by Pernille Kaalund)

6 comments :

Justina Blakeney said...

I adore all of the pops of color up against the simple, white. The Chartreuse floor is a nice, unexpected highlight.

Tanya @ Dans le Townhouse said...

I love a house with white and pops of bright colour! It looks so cheery & cozy. I also love the bright green floor, and the kitchen is great too.

Melanie's Randomness said...

I love all the pops of color!!! =)

Melanie's Randomness

Sarah Jane said...

beautiful interiors! i like the bright colors;)

elissa @ faucethead said...

oh the guts it must have taken to paint those green floors! i can only imagine.

Eva @ Four Leaf Clover said...

Oh, I love all of the pops of color on white! One more reason to go to Copenhagen - amazing interior design!

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