• A Danish Home | Guest Post by FrenchByDesign.


    Posted on 3rd May, by Dana Tomić Hughes in interior design, photography. 6 Comments

    Bonjour! I am Si, from the FrenchByDesign blog. In random order, I like color, Scandinavian and industrial era design, dogs, running, being a mom, cooking, gardening and traveling. I am French {without the attitude} from my mother and Moroccan berber from my father, so my eye for design and ethnic chic interiors is rather well trained. You can find me daily here.

     

     

    I have a thing for Scandinavian design. There is something in the always impeccable Scandinavian interiors that just speaks to me and never fails to attract me. This flat is no exception. Shot by ultra talented Copenhagen based Line Klein and styled by Helen Wiggers for Alt Interiors Magazine, this home exhibits great classic pieces of modern design, art mixed with lots of personal touches. Ah, I definitely love Scandinavian interior design.

    - Si.


    [Photography by Line Klein. Styling by Helen Wiggers.]





  • 6 Responses to “A Danish Home | Guest Post by FrenchByDesign.”

    1. LP says:

      Very nice indeed!



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