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Copenhagen Apartment by Tommy Hilfiger

Papirøren i København er hurtigt blevet et kreativt centrum for mange spændende virksomheder, herunder Tommy Hilfiger. I mandags var jeg sat i stævne ude foran deres showroom – de ville vise mig noget! Gennem en dør i showroomet, trådte jeg ind i en lille, helt perfekt lejlighed i allerbedste 1960’er New Yorker Don Draper stil, komplet med barskab, køkken og seng, helt oppe under loftet. Lejligheden er det perfekte eksempel på hvordan man nemt indretter sig på få kvadratmeter, hvis man også har højt til loftet. Trægulvet i assorteret bredder er selvfølgelig fra Dinesen, mens de fine væglamper i retrostil er fundet i England hos Dowsing and Reynolds. Resten af interiøret er primært fundet på loppemarkeder og vintage butikker landet over, lige med undtagelse af små danske design ikoner. I har måske allerede spottet Kay Bojesens turtelduer og Hans Gustav Ehrenreichs Hoptimist.

 

The ”Paper Island” in Copenhagen has quickly become a creative hub for many exciting brands, including Tommy Hilfiger. A few days ago they invited me to their showroom – they had something they wanted me to see! 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. The apartment is the perfect example on how to decorate yourself on a few square meters. The wooden floor in accorded width is of course by Dinesen, while the great wall lamps in retro style was found in the UK at Dowsing and Reynolds. The rest of the interior was mostly found at flee markets or in vintage shops, except a few small Danish design icons. You have probably already spotted Kay Bojesen’s Lovebirds and Hans Gustav Ehrenreich’s Hoptimist.

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2 Comments

  • Reply
    Mira Nikolajsen
    February 14, 2015 at 23:09

    Hvor er sofaen fra? 🙂

    • Reply
      Allan
      March 4, 2015 at 08:39

      Hej Mira, som artiklen fortæller, så er det meste fundet på loppemarkeder eller vintage, så det ved vi desværre ikke.

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