A smaller heatwave has hit Denmark this week. Not that it is anything like temperatures in LA, but I am not complaining. The other day was also the longest day of the year, with daylight for 17h32m. I am really thinking of sleeping on the balcony this week. I am going to make the most of a summer in Denmark this year and feature a bunch of Danish homes and create inspiration for all of you who will visit with guides to Copenhagen. Today, we are heading to Fredericia, Denmark to visit Anne and her family of 5 in the massive 1929 villa.
Anne is a true master of DIY, there is always at least one started, and with a handyman (Anne’s husband) onsite at all times, they all turn out great. One of my favorite projects is their floor-to-ceiling bookcase, which looks absolutely amazing. Also, they just finished a super cute roof over terrace in a corner of their garden. I wish (or Mr. LA for that matter) where that handy.
Let’s also talk about Anne’s art collection. Her one wall in the dining room never disappoint. It’s kept in black and white tones with black or wooden frames, which is the perfect example of how to do the perfect wall. As you know, I am here to help you if you want a wall like this, I launched my curated gallery wall service last week.
Are you the DIY type? If you are, I highly recommend following Anne’s blog, there is a whole DIY section for you to be inspired by.
All photos courtesy of Anne Romedahl with thanks