Jasper and Mona’s inviting Scandinavian house

Jasper and Mona are the creators of famous Danish brand Green Gate. They chose to live in a quiet home, close to nature. A while ago they took a trip in a beautiful fishing village where Jasper’s grandparents also lived. At that time the couple was searching for a home where they would raise their future children. They immediately fell in love with that village and they decided that was going to be their home.

They also found the perfect home. It was a small house with a beautiful garden. It also had the beach in the background and it provided beautiful views. It was close to nature and it seemed like the perfect place to raise children. It’s a very tranquil place and it’s only 5 minutes away from Copenhagen. Their new home has polished wood floors and beautiful interior decors. They brought with them a beautiful antique dining room table that they bought from an antique shop in London.

The atmosphere and the interior design is typically Nordic. It features soft and pastel colors and plenty of light. When their first child has arrived, the couple wanted to move in a bigger home. However, they couldn’t leave so they decided to build an extension instead. The extension houses the living room and it’s now a part of the house.{found on dekio}.

Published by in Interiors, on February 1st, 2012


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