Tjena! How are you today? I’m a little bleary eyed from my work trip to Norway – it was only three days, but it felt like a week, I’ve been left with so many amazing impressions and my heart is full from all the lovely, smiley, friendly people I met. I’ve shared a few stories in my instagram highlights if you’d like to see more. ANYHOOO, on with today’s tour! Kamilla Heick is a designer, visual merchandiser and a mother living in a house from the 1930s in Denmark. The lovely family home has been decorated in serene, earthy tones. Sheer curtains slip in soft, filtered light into the rooms, casting a warm glow on the mix of iconic Danish design and antiques. 
Look closely and you’ll also notice ‘curated groups’ of items. This is a clever styling trickled in many Scandinavian home and involves grouping items in a display like way and then leaving an empty space before the next group of items. This helps to give a room an airy, pared back vibe, while still creating interest with items you love. Ready to take a peek? 
Lovely home! 
I’m sure many of you appreciated the messier touch in the sitting room! Real life happening right there. Honestly, you should see the state of my home today having come back after three days away. Total chaos!
Dud you notice the shelving in the sitting room? It’s the same as the Elfa storage system I installed in Allie’s room. It looks lovely in Kamilla’s home!  
I also love the way curtains help to add softness and texture to the rooms – beautiful! 
Is there anything that stood out to you? 
You can see more of Kamilla’s Danish home and learn about some of the details here
If you have a little time this morning, why not delve through the danish home archive – so inspiring! 
Have a great start to the week! 
Niki
Photography: Kamilla Heick, shared with kind permission

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Tjena! How are you today? I’m a little bleary eyed from my work trip to Norway – it was only three days, but it felt like a week, I’ve been left with so many amazing impressions and my heart is full from all the lovely, smiley, friendly people I met. I’ve shared a few stories in my instagram highlights if you’d like to see more. ANYHOOO, on with today’s tour! Kamilla Heick is a designer, visual merchandiser and a mother living in a house from the 1930s in Denmark. The lovely family home has been decorated in serene, earthy tones. Sheer curtains slip in soft, filtered light into the rooms, casting a warm glow on the mix of iconic Danish design and antiques. 
Look closely and you’ll also notice ‘curated groups’ of items. This is a clever styling trickled in many Scandinavian home and involves grouping items in a display like way and then leaving an empty space before the next group of items. This helps to give a room an airy, pared back vibe, while still creating interest with items you love. Ready to take a peek? 
Lovely home! 
I’m sure many of you appreciated the messier touch in the sitting room! Real life happening right there. Honestly, you should see the state of my home today having come back after three days away. Total chaos!
Dud you notice the shelving in the sitting room? It’s the same as the Elfa storage system I installed in Allie’s room. It looks lovely in Kamilla’s home!  
I also love the way curtains help to add softness and texture to the rooms – beautiful! 
Is there anything that stood out to you? 
You can see more of Kamilla’s Danish home and learn about some of the details here
If you have a little time this morning, why not delve through the danish home archive – so inspiring! 
Have a great start to the week! 
Niki
Photography: Kamilla Heick, shared with kind permission