STYLE story #Copenhagen
Forever on trend, the tastemaking style of this cutting-edge city captivates with its cool aesthetic
Be inspired by the concrete-cool hues and earthy textures of the capital’s hottest spots
CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT This airy, industrial dining room in copenhagen is a perfect backdrop for Amass Restaurant’s contemporary cuisine; West elm’s Dhurrie
rug keeps your look textured and tonal in cool greys, from £299; the coveted Ph
lamps by Louis Poulsen are a masterpiece of lighting design, from £550 for the table lamp at skandium; Georg Jensen’s Koppel
vase is an enduring Danish design classic, from £59; playing with the trend for black and white, these Mandarin stone Monochrome Décor porcelain tiles lend a chic scandinavian appeal, from £45.37sq m.
CLOCKWISE from left Keep sofa time sophisticated and scandi with this handwoven monochrome throw by mourne Textiles, £300 at Trouva; pale wood floors give interior spaces a fresh, clean look that reflects Copenhagen’s minimalist style, Ted Todd strada Bernini plank, £97.27sq m; cool colours and natural finishes combine for a sleek look in this contemporary scandi kitchen; artfully placed furniture and clever lighting make the most of this sleek landing nook; Copenhagen hotspot Naervaer serves ambitious gourmet cuisine in an industrial-chic space by Norm Architects; Hermès and Dedar’s Vannerie
wallpaper’s formulaic pattern hints at traditional weaves and fabric grains, £165 a 10m roll; bleached wood and white cabinetry contrast sharply with the midnight blue walls of this stylish Copenhagen kitchen; Normann Copenhagen’s streetlight-inspired Grant wall
lamp has a versatile simplicity, from £240.
CLOCKWISE from ABOVE Cole & son’s foundation Tweed wallpaper brings texture and interest to a monochrome scheme, £70 a roll; Kinfolk gallery, the collaborative Copenhagen working space, is an ode to world-class contemporary design; Danish design house menu’s iconic Godot sofa combines smooth lines and a simple silhouette, from £3,699 at utility Design; this elegant Copenhagen dining room is a modern design classic; Carl Hansen & søn’s Cuba chair by morten Gottler is one of the legendary furniture company’s most famous designs, £547 at skandium; Copenhagen fashion supremo, By malene Birger’s collections capture the city’s contemporary cool, Vinue coat, £435, and Enil
trousers, £265. Iittala’s Alvar Aalto collection vase remains an iconic work of scandinavian design, from £58; bedrooms at New york’s
11 howard hotel were infused with a dash of Danish style by the team at space Copenhagen.