Why, hello there friends! Happy New Year! It’s great to be back blogging again after a break over ‘Jul’! If like me, you like a fresh start, you’re going to love today’s home tour, so let’s dive straight in. 
This beautiful old apartment in Randers, a city on the Jutland peninsular, Denmark belongs to Anne Hundborg and her family. Anne had applied fresh light tones to the floors and walls, which serve as a neutral backdrop so her art collection, rugs and vintage furniture can pop! Keep a look out for all the glass cabinets, cool lights and touches of pattern too. Although pared-back, her home is full of fab details! 
Velkommen! 
I was pleasantly surprised to discover the kitchen is from IKEA! Designer items like a tap from Pulcher Denmark and lighting from Nordlux (over island), Verpan and By flou elevate the look.
The large kitchen also has a dining table and sofa as well as a back entrance. 
I love the vintage shoe rack, we could do with sometime like this in our house! 
In the sitting room a mid-century style table from Warm Nordic sits in front of a Hay sofa

A second hand cabinet and a wired shelf from Montana serve as storage beside the TV. 
Anne repainted a secondhand cabinet picked up from danish second hand store DBA. The rug is from Benuta and the wall features art such as Vinyl Guy by Jenny o Jens
The striped bedspread steals the show in the bedroom (I can’t find a source, could it be handmade? I’ll follow up with Anne and get back to you!), together with the Point chair from OK Design, rug from Benito (as before) and wall mounted second hand cabinet. I love the laces on her Adidas trainers too (below!). 

A second smaller bedroom features a HAY mega dot bed spread, IKEA cabinet (to the left) and an iconic Fritz Hansen Dot stool

What a beautiful apartment. I always think the Danes make it look so effortless to add pops of colour and funky touches to their homes, while still keeping the look calm. It’s definitely an art form! 
Is there anything that stood out to you in particular about Anne’s home? 
See more and feel inspired over at @by_blogliv. And check out a collection of other fab Danish homes with pops of colour here
Have a great start to the week friends, see you Wednesday with a tour of my new attic storage make-over – I’ll tell you now, it was a lot of work clearing out the mountains of stuff, but I’m so happy with the results! 
It’s good to be back! 
Niki
Photography courtesy of  @by_blogliv, shared with kind permission. 

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Why, hello there friends! Happy New Year! It’s great to be back blogging again after a break over ‘Jul’! If like me, you like a fresh start, you’re going to love today’s home tour, so let’s dive straight in. 
This beautiful old apartment in Randers, a city on the Jutland peninsular, Denmark belongs to Anne Hundborg and her family. Anne had applied fresh light tones to the floors and walls, which serve as a neutral backdrop so her art collection, rugs and vintage furniture can pop! Keep a look out for all the glass cabinets, cool lights and touches of pattern too. Although pared-back, her home is full of fab details! 
Velkommen! 
I was pleasantly surprised to discover the kitchen is from IKEA! Designer items like a tap from Pulcher Denmark and lighting from Nordlux (over island), Verpan and By flou elevate the look.
The large kitchen also has a dining table and sofa as well as a back entrance. 
I love the vintage shoe rack, we could do with sometime like this in our house! 
In the sitting room a mid-century style table from Warm Nordic sits in front of a Hay sofa

A second hand cabinet and a wired shelf from Montana serve as storage beside the TV. 
Anne repainted a secondhand cabinet picked up from danish second hand store DBA. The rug is from Benuta and the wall features art such as Vinyl Guy by Jenny o Jens
The striped bedspread steals the show in the bedroom (I can’t find a source, could it be handmade? I’ll follow up with Anne and get back to you!), together with the Point chair from OK Design, rug from Benito (as before) and wall mounted second hand cabinet. I love the laces on her Adidas trainers too (below!). 

A second smaller bedroom features a HAY mega dot bed spread, IKEA cabinet (to the left) and an iconic Fritz Hansen Dot stool

What a beautiful apartment. I always think the Danes make it look so effortless to add pops of colour and funky touches to their homes, while still keeping the look calm. It’s definitely an art form! 
Is there anything that stood out to you in particular about Anne’s home? 
See more and feel inspired over at @by_blogliv. And check out a collection of other fab Danish homes with pops of colour here
Have a great start to the week friends, see you Wednesday with a tour of my new attic storage make-over – I’ll tell you now, it was a lot of work clearing out the mountains of stuff, but I’m so happy with the results! 
It’s good to be back! 
Niki
Photography courtesy of  @by_blogliv, shared with kind permission.