This gorgeous Danish townhouse boasts large, open rooms with plenty natural light, high ceilings and hardwood herringbone floors. Based in Copenhagen, the building was erected in 1931 and designed by architect Hans Dahlerup Bertelsen.T he current owners retained the abode’s original glory, adding a touch of modernism with contemporary pieces and eclectic finds. Repurposed and recycled items, as well as vintage furnishings, also add to the impressive ambiance of the interior. The white surfaces are perfect for offsetting tones of grey, green, black and blue.Get this look with Plascon. via
SA Décor and Design is a media house specialising in the publication of an annually released hardcover sourcing guide for the Décor and Design industry, as well as a content rich website and blog which work in tandem to support our diverse selection of advertisers. Our platforms have been thoroughly utilised in the South African market and abroad for the past nineteen years.