165 m² New Yorker Apartment in Denmark

The ‘New Yorker’ Apartment in Denmark is a really nice 165 m² place in the north of the Danish capital, Copenhagen. The ‘New Yorker’ has a great clean look and it is just right mixture of classic Scandinavian style flavored with a bit of ‘New Yorker’ loft style.

The white and dark contrasts give the place a modern look. The walls are in general white, except, in the kitchen, one part of the wall has a nice antique look, with bricks left intact. The white walls contrast with the furniture that in general is black.  One of the first things you notice in the apartment is the fireplace included in the wall, it gives a country side old look with the terracotta and the fire wood.

I can imagine sitting in the living room, with friends or family, with a glass of classic whiskey on the table, brainstorming the next business idea. The room apartment looks so spacious. The large sofa is placed as reading corner and a dining table provide seating for up to eight persons. Finally, this apartment is really cozy place to live in.

In my opinion there are lot of things to like about this great place, furniture, décor, art, everything is well chosen and works great here, even with limited color scheme the place is cozy and I would not be afraid to say warm.{found on femina}.

Published by in Apartments, on March 17th, 2012


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