• Tenka Gammelgaard Studio.


    Posted on 24th October, by Dana Tomić Hughes in art, interior design. 2 Comments

     

    Happy Monday everybody. I wanted to kick off the week with this incredible studio space which belongs to Danish artist Tenka Gammelgaard. Isn’t it just to die for? In fact, those of you that follow yellowtrace on Facebook may recall that I posted some of these images in the visual diary album a little while ago. When recently I spotted it again over on Miss Moss, I just knew I had to share it on the blog for everyone to see.

    I love Tenka’s commitment to stripes and monochromatic palette in everything she does – the space she inhabits, the art she creates, countless objects she surrounds herself with and even the clothes she wears. She even bothers to paint her brushes with black & white stripes! Amaze. I am also quite taken by the overall studio feel of lived-in-organised-chaos. It’s so charming.

    In case you are wondering what her house looks like – I am happy to confirm it is highly consistent with Tenka’s die-hard monochromatic aesthetic. Images below. Extreme love!

     


    [Images via Miss Mossmackapäremmas designblogg and cherry blossom.]

     





  • 2 Responses to “Tenka Gammelgaard Studio.”

    1. Black and white.
      White and black.
      Is there a better combination of colours??

      Everyone tells me that white, being my favourite colour, is NOT actually a colour. Hmffff .. I disagree. It is THE colour!!

      (-:



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