Friday, June 01, 2012
Happy weekend! Hope it's a lovely one. It's been a busy week for us here, and we've also just realized that we haven't had a Sunday off since April, so some serious loafing is in order. How about you? What are you up to?
(photo by line thit klein via hege greenall-scholtz)
Located in an idyllic fishing village in Skovshoved, Denmark is this pretty 1800s white house with a red tile roof. Surrounding it is a white picket fence, a pink climbing rose adorns a sunny wall and there's a bicycle propped by the door, ready for village errands. Inside this romantic interior though is a surprise — the owner Jeanette Wichmann Lindberg loves industrial style, so there's mid century modern classics and old factory letters rather than the flowery traditional details the outside may lead you to expect. But architectural features such as the old beams and classic fisherman's lamps keep the space firmly attached to its roots. Love. More here on Bolig.
(photography by bjarni b. jacobsen)