Warm and inviting carpenter farm near Copenhagen

This is a carpenter farm. It sits on that lot for a long time now. A few years ago the house has been rebuilt by cabinetmaker Hans-Christian Koch. Now it’s obviously in much better shape than it used to be. This lovely carpenter farm has always been beautiful but now it’s more obvious than ever that it’s a very warm and inviting home.

After rebuilding this carpenter farm, Hans-Christian Koch moved in with his family. The house has become a very beautiful home. Everyone loves it and there’s no reason not to. The rooms are large and spacious, they have large doors and windows and the interior is bright and airy. The interior is rather simple. In fact, there are very few furniture pieces in there and most of the space is empty. Nevertheless, it’s a very warm and cozy home.

Most of the walls and ceilings have been painted white in order to enhance the brightness and openness of the rooms. Each room has been differently decorated but they all have a classical Scandinavian décor. The kitchen and dining room are one and the same and this room is very large. It’s also very airy and simple. The living room is also minimalist. Even the children’s rooms are decorated in the same tone. Overall, it’s a very beautiful new home.{found on bo-bedre}

Published by in Interiors, on December 29th, 2011


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