With the help of a dark colour palette and classic features, owner and Senior Designer of Multiform Copenhagen, Lene Halse Hornemann, has created a wonderfully sophisticated home, full of glamour.
Shades of black and dark grey throughout lend an elegance to the newly renovated home, and luxury materials including velvet, leather and brass introduce texture and comfort.
A Renovation Project
Lene and her husband restored the early 20th century villa to its former glory, reinstating many original features and filling the house with timeless design pieces and much-loved antiques.
The dark colour scheme is enhanced by natural materials, such as the Junckers Solid Oak Herringbone Flooring installed throughout the house.
The rigorous geometric pattern softened by the structural grain patterns and colourations inherent in the wood provide a warm and elegant backdrop that will last for generations to come. The flooring was fitted over underfloor heating.
A Stunning Centre Piece
The home’s crowning glory is the award winning kitchen, designed by Multiform. A large island in brass takes centre stage in the space, contrasted with black stained oak cabinetry and glossy black tiles around the perimeter.
The state-of-the-art kitchen oozes elegance and at the same time a practical, functional space to cook, eat, entertain and live in.
Good Design Lasts
United in the quest for exceptional quality and traditional craftsmanship rooted in Danish design, Multiform and Junckers enjoy a long-standing collaboration.
Many of the kitchen company’s showrooms are fitted solid hardwood floors from Junckers – a perfect partner to the elegant kitchens.
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