Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Hello there! Forgive me if I don’t write so much today. I have arrived in London to visit my mother, and there’s a list of jobs to do as long as my arm – which involve everything from putting up a picture and stowing the parasol to checking the car tyre pressure (Dad where are you when I need you?). Even so, the sun is shining, just as it is in Nana Hagel’s beautiful home in Copenhagen!
A photographer and writer, Nana has an eye for aesthetics and design – and this shines through in her light and airy pared down home. Warm textures such as wood, leather and wool add a tactile touch to the rooms, while a wall of shelves over the door (hugely popular in Danish homes) provide a perfect place to showcase personal items like books, lamps and vases. 
Let’s take the tour! 
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
The incredible kitchen cabinets were handcrafted by Ask og Eng (check out their Norwegian studio and also Sanne Hopp’s kitchen). 
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
I spy a Sjöstrand coffee machine. We have one of these in our cabin – and not only do they look pretty, they also make the best coffee! 

Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
These pretty cup displays (‘Sætter‘) are designed by my friend Caroline – and they’ve become hugely popular, for good reason! They’re a perfect way to display a cup collection, and Nana’s is particularly pretty! 

Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
The Le Klint Sax lamps are lovely. I recently put one up in my sitting room at home and have been meaning to photograph it for ages. 
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
The decorative fan on the wall in the bedroom is from Sakura Copenhagen – a Japanese store selling lots of beautiful things including ceramics. 

Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Thank you so much Nana for inviting us into your home! 
For more views and snapshots of her Danish home, head to @nana_ha
So friends, I need to get on with those jobs – and then after that I’m so looking forward to seeing my sisters (I am a middle child, with an older and younger sister!) and some great friends who I haven’t seen since before the pandemic!). 
I hope you have a great weekend too and that the sun is shining for you! 
Niki
Photography courtesy of Nana Hagel, shared with kind permission. 

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Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Hello there! Forgive me if I don’t write so much today. I have arrived in London to visit my mother, and there’s a list of jobs to do as long as my arm – which involve everything from putting up a picture and stowing the parasol to checking the car tyre pressure (Dad where are you when I need you?). Even so, the sun is shining, just as it is in Nana Hagel’s beautiful home in Copenhagen!
A photographer and writer, Nana has an eye for aesthetics and design – and this shines through in her light and airy pared down home. Warm textures such as wood, leather and wool add a tactile touch to the rooms, while a wall of shelves over the door (hugely popular in Danish homes) provide a perfect place to showcase personal items like books, lamps and vases. 
Let’s take the tour! 
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
The incredible kitchen cabinets were handcrafted by Ask og Eng (check out their Norwegian studio and also Sanne Hopp’s kitchen). 
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
I spy a Sjöstrand coffee machine. We have one of these in our cabin – and not only do they look pretty, they also make the best coffee! 

Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
These pretty cup displays (‘Sætter‘) are designed by my friend Caroline – and they’ve become hugely popular, for good reason! They’re a perfect way to display a cup collection, and Nana’s is particularly pretty! 

Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
The Le Klint Sax lamps are lovely. I recently put one up in my sitting room at home and have been meaning to photograph it for ages. 
Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
The decorative fan on the wall in the bedroom is from Sakura Copenhagen – a Japanese store selling lots of beautiful things including ceramics. 

Photographer Nana's Light and Airy Copenhagen Home
Thank you so much Nana for inviting us into your home! 
For more views and snapshots of her Danish home, head to @nana_ha
So friends, I need to get on with those jobs – and then after that I’m so looking forward to seeing my sisters (I am a middle child, with an older and younger sister!) and some great friends who I haven’t seen since before the pandemic!). 
I hope you have a great weekend too and that the sun is shining for you! 
Niki
Photography courtesy of Nana Hagel, shared with kind permission.