nobody lives here anymore.
by victoria comment


even though nobody lives here, The Apartment is a place right after my own heart. as someone who likes to constantly change up my decor, this flat in central Copenhagen was restored beautifully by Tina Seidenfaden Busck and Pernille Hornhaver, who now use it not to live in, but to showcase their amazing inventory of objet d’art, textiles, rare vintage home furnishings and madly cool accessories. neither live in the apartment, so maybe they wouldn’t notice if i simply moved in and squatted for a bit. i love the idea behind this concept store, but my heart aches a little bit that i’m not keeping it company. i can’t wait to see what’s up next at the apartment. let’s all stay tuned, shall we?

22 responses to “nobody lives here anymore.”

  1. What a great concept for retail. I think they may not notice if you slip yourself over and slyly unpack! This idea is a fabulous opportunity to allow the architecture and the pieces speak for themselves. (In traditional retail you look at pieces/objects in it’s retail home, and decide how an object will look in your own home. Here- the space lets the pieces speak for themselves. Like a virtual museum/retail adventure.) Let’s bring this concept to S.F.!

  2. Absolutely, positively gorgeous! What a fabulous way to showcase their wares! I love all the light in the space!

    When you move in, could I join you one evening for drinks? Perhaps we could drink pink elephants in honor of those two patchwork elephants in the apartment?!

  3. What a bloomin’ fantastic idea … on a slightly smaller scale my friends are moving all their stuff into the attic room for a day and dressing the house with all their goodies for an open house (a lot of work so hope they do well…) … I can’t wait!

  4. Oh Victoria…
    I am so moving in there will you… it is absolutely perfect! I too love that it is constantly shifting and changing… so inspiring!
    Emma, x

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