In a cozy townhouse in one of Denmark’s most eligible residential area, a short walk from Copenhagen’s Botanical Garden and next to one of the three popular inner-city lakes you find Kartoffelrækkerne, Nordiska Kök has designed a kitchen for architect Jeppe Dueholm and his family. All choices have been made with great respect for the history of the house and the design is inspired by the building’s brick-cladded facade and the organic shape of the staircase that connects the three stories.
A durable steel tabletop borders between the white painted top shelves above and the stained oak cupboards below. The kitchen layout and mix of materials make the room a place not only to cook and dine in, but also a space for everyday life. Just the way we like it in Scandinavia.
You might think, haven’t I seen this kitchen before – and yes, I shared the new Nordiska Kitchen last year, however, this is the first time we see it in an actual home, so it made sense to share it again. It’s also a gentle nod to the Danes, saying “Hi Denmark, we now ship our kitchens your way”.