Cool interiors furnished with wooden items and monochromatic accents make Danish design a statement of purity. The walls are white, the floors are boards and the furniture is minimalist, with clean lines and no unnecessary detail.
Usually, colours are introduced with a few pictures or lamps. As a general rule, windows tend to be left bare or covered with white curtains or blinds.
Explore the gallery here and discover other interesting elements about Danish design. This modern summer retreat is located in Denmark and it was designed by Skanlux. It features clean interiors, natural materials and a lot of catchy accessories that add personality to the space.
Floor to ceiling windows allow natural light come inside all day long. A fireplace, several wild furs and a cane chair create the feeling of a relaxed, authentic atmosphere.