After many years in London, the Danish-Swedish couple decided to move back home to Scandinavia. Their choice of residence fell on the trendy Frederiksberg district in Copenhagen and a breath-taking apartment from the last turn of the century. Here, along with Nordiska Kök, they created a classic shaker kitchen with a Scandinavian touch.
The same flair of craftmanship, clean lines and quality with which the shaker movement has become synonymous; can be found in the spacious kitchen, that feels both contemporary and minimalistic, yet classic and timeless.
The discreet tones of gray and white enhance and enrich one another and letting the beautiful marble shine in its splendor – classic Nordiska. With calm gray shades, the style feels contemporary and minimalistic but with original details that preserve the characteristics of the time.
The warm tones in the original floor softens up and created a fine contrast to the kitchen, which is again enhanced with white pigmented oak inside of the cabinets. All fronts are painted with Farrow and Balls “Hardwick White” and matched with the modern and edgy stainless handles by Julie Brandt.