LIVING IN A RENOVATED BARN IN DENMARK

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This is the Danish home of architect Kasper Ronn and his wife Julie. The house had been a large barn which they split in two so that Julie’s sister could live next door with her husband. Inside, Kasper and Julie have kept their interior free of clutter yet surprisingly cosy. The raw brick walls have been kept bare and this contrast beautifully with the chandelier in the hallway and the polished concrete floor. Upstairs the rooms are minimal and because of this, the pieces that Kasper and Julie have chosen stand out even more. I love the black pendant lights in the dining room (top image), they are the Topan VP6 from Verner Panton.

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(images and information via Style NV)

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4 Responses to LIVING IN A RENOVATED BARN IN DENMARK

  1. as a minimalist who interested in interior n home design, This renovated barn in Scandinavia — the land of minimalism, is just perfect dream for me, thanks for sharing this Danielle. It is minimalist but the furniture, accessories n everything arranged balanced n calming whoever see it.

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  3. Some really lovely furniture, it is amazing what some of these designers do. One way of adding a beautiful touch to your home is to use customised furniture, it really does give it that personalised feel.

  4. Thumbs up for the Danes!

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