505,444 danish living room Home Design Photos

Amy Lau Design
6 Reviews
Greenwich Village Penthouse
Ideabooks3,248
Questions7
this pattern well. These panels add drama to a mid-century modern inspired living space, while the rest of the furnishings are kept simple.
The texture and colors added by the rugs and curtains keeps this room from being cold.
The sunny colors and playful spirit of the print work perfectly within the room, which embraces the 50's with colorful style.
with more contemporary pieces. Here the furniture is classic midcentury, the room is open, and the designer skipped the kitschy accessories to keep the look
they are perfect for my living room
“Warm” — ivybradley
BoConcept Sydney
Living Room
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Living Room...living room
“Scandinavian” — Emma Hines
SCANDIA DECOR
Danish
Ideabooks3
Questions0
furniture, the home of the owner of Scandia Decor located in Los Angeles. A Living Room filled with Gustavian funiture. A bench from the 1800's, Italian painted
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Amy Troute Inspired Interior Design
22 Reviews
937 Vintage Mod
Ideabooks1,377
Questions5
That fireplace was such an important addition to that room! It's an ethanol burner from ecoSmart Fireplace - I am happy to provide
Bring the dresser from the basement up to the living room, use it as a tv stand
Love this room style...Mid Century Modern Danish...Living room inspiration...Danish style...Danish living space...Danish style furniture
“Wall colour” — alisonmary73
Don F. Wong
Private residence
Ideabooks7,622
Questions6
and I fell in love with yours approximately what is the cost to design a room such as this? I already have the structure. Thanks Barbara
It may be a Rais, and Danish company that makes beautiful stoves. I think the other popular European
AGAIN.. ARTS AND CRAFT GOES WITH DANISH DESIGN..WHY NOT?
Stove in middle of room creating a room divider with wall
living room idea (without the fire place)
...to living room in this large open space.
Wide-open, clean-lined and contemporary, this living room may feel chilly to some, but the addition of the wood stove adds a sense of coziness.
Let the light shine in. Modern Swedish and Danish design is very much about connecting with the outdoors, and the locals are
“wood stove” — mcm9039
Mikel Irastorza
Spanish apartment
Ideabooks10,269
Questions10
it is a vintage Danish sidebord from the 60´s
dining room…simple lines to reflect lines of windows
danish modern, minimalist, pops of color - restrained
midcentury room has warmth. It's partly because the bones of this Spanish house look to be much, much older.
Vintage pendants. In the living room in a corner
Take twoMade from aluminium, these tubular pendant lights give this living room a focal point. They also punctuate the all-white scheme, drawing the eye
A variety of mid-century German pottery sits on top of the Danish console, accented by a vintage lamp. The primary light fixtures are Pipe, by Tom Dixon
A variety of midcentury German pottery sits on top of the Danish console, accessorised with a vintage lamp. The primary light fixtures are
another angle of living room wall
“The modern mix” — cabellohair
Jeffers Design Group
2 Reviews
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks2,421
Questions6
it looks like the Andre couch from Room and Board
gorgeous room, especially the chair in the foreground
Could the dining room be relocated to the family room area? Karen
Living room...sofa and danish modern...Living room dining room arrangement...Living room furniture...indoor living room seems outside...danish living area space
“colors” — gaudyk
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks2,295
Questions3
Also, this room looks reasonably large, would this stove heat it sufficiently? Thanks so much!
stove: No Danish home is complete without a woodburning stove. This one sits in the middle of a large, airy room — another key component of Danish style.
Fireplace in middle of room separating living and kitchen
No Danish home is complete without a woodburning stove. This one sits in the middle of a large, airy room — another key component of Danish style.
but not limited to the L-shaped opening, is a modern take on traditional Danish architecture: it's a reworking of a farmhouse in a minimal palette.
The rooms are never cluttered, so even a small area feels spacious.
“denmark summerhouse Skane” — suzieliz
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