Hello! I hope you had a lovely Easter break! I’m feeling revived after a really wonderful week with my family – despite the distinct lack of spring here (snow today – really weather gods, REALLY?!). Luckily there’s always music to keep us going. And there’s nothing like a great tune to create spring / summer vibes (fake it ’til you make it!). There’s a reason to my rambling, I promise. I thought I’d jump straight into the blog week with the Danish home of two musicians! Trine and Torben are the creative duo behind JØRCK a band which prides itself on dark dream pop. Their 19th century 83 m2 / 893 f2 apartment is a stone’s throw from Kongens Nytorv in the heart of Copenhagen and doubles up as a recording studio from where Trine writes the lyrics and the pair experiment with sounds. The pared back space is peppered with design classics and interspersed with musical instruments – resulting in a harmonic bohemian space with a hint of rock n’ roll! So friends, tune into their sounds on Spotify or YouTube and step this way for the tour!

A vintage leather ‘The Spanish Chair’ by Børge Mogensen is one of Trine’s favourite pieces. 

A vintage type writer (source similar here*), iconic 7-series chair and a classic Gubi semi pendant lamp* can be seen by the window in the music room. 

A shirt hangs as art in the window behind a perfume collection. 

Can we also just take a moment to appreciate the floor? I bet is makes the most wonderful sound when you walk across it. Beautiful! 
Is there anything that stands out to you about Trine and Torben’s home?
The shots were captured by photographer Anna Malmberg, whose Stockholm home I once featured here and styled by Swedish set designer Emma Wallmén (who also happens to have a beautiful home!). 
Fancy a peek inside another Scandinavian musician’s home? Check out the former Malmö home of Nina Persson from the Cardigans
Ahhh, I’m so happy to be back on the blog again – is it strange that I miss it a little when I’m on holiday (the word ‘holiday’ is to be taken with a major pinch of salt in current times!!). It helps that I’m super excited about some of the homes and interior inspiration I have planned for the coming week. Stay tuned!
Wishing you a happy Tuesday!
Niki

Photography: Anna Malmberg
*This post contains affiliate links

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Hello! I hope you had a lovely Easter break! I’m feeling revived after a really wonderful week with my family – despite the distinct lack of spring here (snow today – really weather gods, REALLY?!). Luckily there’s always music to keep us going. And there’s nothing like a great tune to create spring / summer vibes (fake it ’til you make it!). There’s a reason to my rambling, I promise. I thought I’d jump straight into the blog week with the Danish home of two musicians! Trine and Torben are the creative duo behind JØRCK a band which prides itself on dark dream pop. Their 19th century 83 m2 / 893 f2 apartment is a stone’s throw from Kongens Nytorv in the heart of Copenhagen and doubles up as a recording studio from where Trine writes the lyrics and the pair experiment with sounds. The pared back space is peppered with design classics and interspersed with musical instruments – resulting in a harmonic bohemian space with a hint of rock n’ roll! So friends, tune into their sounds on Spotify or YouTube and step this way for the tour!

A vintage leather ‘The Spanish Chair’ by Børge Mogensen is one of Trine’s favourite pieces. 

A vintage type writer (source similar here*), iconic 7-series chair and a classic Gubi semi pendant lamp* can be seen by the window in the music room. 

A shirt hangs as art in the window behind a perfume collection. 

Can we also just take a moment to appreciate the floor? I bet is makes the most wonderful sound when you walk across it. Beautiful! 
Is there anything that stands out to you about Trine and Torben’s home?
The shots were captured by photographer Anna Malmberg, whose Stockholm home I once featured here and styled by Swedish set designer Emma Wallmén (who also happens to have a beautiful home!). 
Fancy a peek inside another Scandinavian musician’s home? Check out the former Malmö home of Nina Persson from the Cardigans
Ahhh, I’m so happy to be back on the blog again – is it strange that I miss it a little when I’m on holiday (the word ‘holiday’ is to be taken with a major pinch of salt in current times!!). It helps that I’m super excited about some of the homes and interior inspiration I have planned for the coming week. Stay tuned!
Wishing you a happy Tuesday!
Niki

Photography: Anna Malmberg
*This post contains affiliate links










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