INTERIORS

Best of 2015: Interior & Design

It is inevitable; in just 4 days we will be writing 2016. Looking back at 2015 really just puts a smile on my face – it has truly been an amazing year; new apartment, new friends, lots of traveling and a new design and a slight change for Bungalow5.

The coming days I will look back at some of the most read posts, some of my favourite moments and take you through my year via Instagram pictures.

I hope you have had a wonderful Christmas with family or friends, so you are ready for a look back to the year that almost was.

Interior and design are the two categories you read the most, it is also, the two where I post the most, so it is really no surprise. Here are the 5 most read in the two categories.

 

Bungalow5_Ferm Living_2015

05. THE FERM LIVING HOME

What used to be where all the magic happened, an old warehouse building in Copenhagen, has now been transformed into a wonderful, big, light apartment full of life, green plants and lots of ferm LIVING design.

 

Bungalow5_Atbo Summerhouse_2015

04. SUMMERHOUSE STYLING WITH ATBO

I teamed up with Danish shelving company ATBO styling their units in my mom’s summerhouse. I picked their cheaper, yet super nice, untreated plywood units, as I think this is a perfect fit to get the right summerhouse feeling.

 

Bungalow5_Tommy Hilfiger Apartment_2015

03. COPENHAGEN APARTMENT BY TOMMY HILFIGER

Trough a door in their showroom, I entered straight into a small, perfect apartment, in the very best 60s New Yorker Don Draper style, complete with bar cabinet, kitchen and a bed, just below the ceiling.

 

Bungalow5_FindersKeepers_2015

02. FINDERSKEEPERS APARTMENT STORE NO. 9

The FindersKeepers Apartment was a great pop-up apartment in Nørrebro filled with upcoming Danish design, where you could buy pretty much everything.

 

BUngalow5_New York_2015

01. OPEN LOFT IN NEW YORK CITY

This amazing New Yorker loft, fully decorated with design icons and super lay-out, was the perfect inspiration for my new apartment in Copenhagen.

 

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3 Comments

  • Reply
    Allan
    December 29, 2015 at 11:19

    I am pretty sure it is custom made by Københavns Møblesnedkeri http://kbhsnedkeri.dk/

  • Reply
    Martin
    December 30, 2015 at 08:58

    Hej Allan. Har du nogen idé om, hvor den store illustration i Ferm Livings lejlighed er fra?

    • Reply
      Allan
      December 30, 2015 at 13:06

      Hey Martin. Det er en illustration af Christoph Ruckhäberle.

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