A light Danish home with a dreamy bedroom

There's a beautiful light here in South Sweden today (this was taken on my morning walk along the beach). In the distance I could see Denmark over the sound - and one of the roof tops could quite possibly have been this home (through a strong set of binoculars!!). Located just North of Copenhagen, the space has been designed in consultation with Natalia Sánchez Echervarria of Spatial Code and beautifully captured by one of my favourite interior photographers - Line Thit Klein. Such a lovely, light-filled space don't you think? And that bedroom *sigh*?!

Design: Natalia Sánchez Echevarria / Spatial Code. Photographer: Line Thit Klein. Shared with kind permission.

I'm extremely partial to an all white, uncluttered bedroom - so serene! In this instance I love the exposed beams painted in white, light wood floor and french balcony. On a day like to say the doors could be thrown open - what a lovely room to wake up to, don't you think?!

We've been seeing a few white spaces with earthy aubergine / mauve coloured curtains in Denmark lately (remember this beautiful bedroom?). It's a lovely way of bringing colour into an all white space, especially when matched with a throw.

I love the paint colours on the gallery wall (try Borrowed Light) and stairwell (try Lulworth blue) - so calming!

More lovely Danish homes to drool over today: an idyllic summer cottage,  a home with a warm soul and quirky touches and a Danish retreat.

Have a lovely day!

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