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COSY AND CHARMING IN 18TH CENTURY COPENHAGEN WAREHOUSE

Kitchen in old Copenhagen warehouse
Kitchen with plywood cupboards Entryway into converted warehouse apartmentCozy living room in converted warehouse apartmentShelving in what was a passageway in Copenhagen apartmentBed above plywood drawers beautifully creates extra storageCozy nook for the children to play in Copenhagen apartmentChildren's room in Converted warehouse apartment CopenhagenBathroom in Christianhavn converted warehouse apartmentHerringbone tile bathroom in Christianhavn apartment warehouse built in 1777 converted into apartments in Copenhagen
Photo: Tia Borgsmidt Styling: Mette Helena Rasmussen for Bolig  via Ems Design Blogg

 

I am just swooning over this apartment! Located in Christianhavn, Copenhagen and built in 1777, this warehouse-turned-apartment is loaded with character and charm. The original raw beams and low ceiling create a charming and cosy atmosphere throughout.

The decision not to put in upper cabinets helps keep the 90 sqm home feel airy and spacious. Just love the bespoke plywood kitchen cabinets. The Eeno Sarrinen marble table and the gorgeous chairs designed by Vilhelm Wohlert topped with the beautiful copper pendant, suit this space brilliantly. 

The white walls also contribute to the light and open feeling of the apartment. The nooks of the living room and children's rooms that use to be passageways are now shelved and painted in muted tones that the owner often changes. 

The bed rests on top of bespoke drawer modules once again made of plywood. A very creative way to increase storage space. The seating at the end of the hallway is a little cosy area for the kids to enjoy. Who wouldn't want to space like that to just draw the curtains on and be in a world of make-believe? 

I am ready to move in. What about you? What is your favourite part of this charming home? 

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