the apartment, the really colorful one.
by victoria comment

7/17/14

the apartment, the really colorful one / sfgirlbybay

milk decoration had a great feature about what The Apartment has been up to lately — and it looks as though they’ve up to color! Located on the second floor of a building in copenhagen, the apartment’s founders Tina Seidenfaden Busck and Pernille Hornhaver have designed the space just like a real home — except you can actually shop here. It’s an eclectic mix of vintage and rare European furniture updated and re-upholstered in gorgeous fabrics, and accented with beautiful boucherouite rugs, amazing lighting fixtures and contemporary art. Stunning and ingenious. Let’s have a look at the apartment’s recent inventory.

the apartment, the really colorful one / sfgirlbybay

the apartment, the really colorful one / sfgirlbybay

the apartment, the really colorful one / sfgirlbybay

the apartment, the really colorful one / sfgirlbybay

the apartment, the really colorful one / sfgirlbybay

the apartment, the really colorful one / sfgirlbybay

the apartment, the really colorful one / sfgirlbybay

• photos by Louise Desrosiers for Milk Decoration.

10 responses to “the apartment, the really colorful one.”

  1. Just wanted to say I love the clean lines and pops of colour!! Definitely a bit dangerous that you can shop there as I would LOVE to get nearly everything in the photos. Good thing I’m all the way in New Zealand as that won’t be happening anytime soon. :)

  2. Love this house! It’s so fresh with the white walls and light floors, and all the great colourful pieces that are placed all over the house. Great post!

  3. What an amazing concept! Especially because seeing pieces working together like that probably increases the amount that people purchase. I would love to shop here, I wish a store like West Elm would do this!

  4. The colors are amazing. The floors, though, are something I would really love to find out how to replicate. Does anyone know how they achieved that look? What kind of wood, what staining or whitewashing technique they used? I love it.

    • gosh, i wish i knew. i’ll bet you could write to them and ask – they’re very nice. but they do look like white stain of some kind. so pretty!

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