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It is so easy to create a mood with color on the walls. Sometimes white walls almost be annoying for the eyes, while colors calm the whole thing down. The dining table is from Hay, while the Grand Prix chairs are designed by Arne Jacobsen and the striped Kevi chair is from Engelbrechts. Two classic Radiohus pendants hang above the table, while the glass vase is from H&M Home.
The kitchen fronts are in a delicate, beige tone that is given extra life by the dusty green worktop and the wall tiles in green shades. Beautiful ceramics decorate both shelves and worktops is created by Bornholm potters. The kitchen is from Reform, while the tiles are from Mutina. The worktop in green linoleum highlights the color of the tiled wall. The bar stool is a second-hand find, while the pendants are from Rubn and the light fixture from Quooker.
The color of the interior and the fine ceramics create a warm contrast to the industrial tabletop. The glass cups are from Jysk, while the owner has made the bowls that stand next to them. On the kitchen counter is a nice mix of old and new ceramics together with a coffee maker from Stelton.
The owners liked the steel tabletop before they decided on the color of the interior itself. That made the choice easier, as they saw that the cool steel needed a warm counterplay. The board is from Skagerak, the blue vase is vintage, while the eagle was made by Bea's uncle, the ceramist Arne Ingdam.