Many moons ago (I think we’re talking four years) I featured Sidsel Garsdal’s lovely Copenhagen apartment on My Scandinavian Home.  I’ve been following her on instagram ever since, and felt it was definitely time to see what the Dane has been up to! Sidsel her family and their dog Pablo divide their time between a flat in the heart of the Danish capital, where Sidsel works as a psychotherapist and their charming cabin on the island of Fejø
In their apartment, Sidsel has struck that wonderful balance between clean and clutter free and homely. The trick: a mix of materials and textures, beautiful wood floors, rugs and art – and a gently snoozing dog! Let’s take a look around!

The chairs around the table are a mix of classic wishbone and old Danish school chairs. The incredible table was a secondhand find. 
My eyes are on the armchair – I bet it’s so cosy to sit in! The armchair and sofa are danish design pieces by Formal A. The mirror coffee tables by Kristina Dam Studio are also very cool and a great way to lighten up a space. The La Cava rug is from Jotex. 

Light therapy spot, right there! So important in the Nordics! 

I love the vintage table – and also can’t help but notice Sidsel’s cowboy boots, one of this season’s hottest trends. Will you be rocking a pair? 

The PAX closet is from IKEA which Sidsel has painted in 3372 from Flügger


It’s not uncommon for beautiful old apartments in Scandinavia to have a decorative communal stairwell. Some have wonderful old lifts too. I love the blue shade and stain glass window in this one! 

I hope you enjoyed revisiting Sidsel’s apartment as much as I did today!
Is there anything that stood out to you? 
Take a peek inside more danish homes: 
I’m on my way to the cabin today for a few photoshoots. It’s so tricky with the limited light, but I’m looking forward to sitting by the fire with a glass of wine tonight!
I hope you have a great Lillördag too!
Niki
Photography: Sidsel Garsdal, shared with kind permission

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Many moons ago (I think we’re talking four years) I featured Sidsel Garsdal’s lovely Copenhagen apartment on My Scandinavian Home.  I’ve been following her on instagram ever since, and felt it was definitely time to see what the Dane has been up to! Sidsel her family and their dog Pablo divide their time between a flat in the heart of the Danish capital, where Sidsel works as a psychotherapist and their charming cabin on the island of Fejø
In their apartment, Sidsel has struck that wonderful balance between clean and clutter free and homely. The trick: a mix of materials and textures, beautiful wood floors, rugs and art – and a gently snoozing dog! Let’s take a look around!

The chairs around the table are a mix of classic wishbone and old Danish school chairs. The incredible table was a secondhand find. 
My eyes are on the armchair – I bet it’s so cosy to sit in! The armchair and sofa are danish design pieces by Formal A. The mirror coffee tables by Kristina Dam Studio are also very cool and a great way to lighten up a space. The La Cava rug is from Jotex. 

Light therapy spot, right there! So important in the Nordics! 

I love the vintage table – and also can’t help but notice Sidsel’s cowboy boots, one of this season’s hottest trends. Will you be rocking a pair? 

The PAX closet is from IKEA which Sidsel has painted in 3372 from Flügger


It’s not uncommon for beautiful old apartments in Scandinavia to have a decorative communal stairwell. Some have wonderful old lifts too. I love the blue shade and stain glass window in this one! 

I hope you enjoyed revisiting Sidsel’s apartment as much as I did today!
Is there anything that stood out to you? 
Take a peek inside more danish homes: 
I’m on my way to the cabin today for a few photoshoots. It’s so tricky with the limited light, but I’m looking forward to sitting by the fire with a glass of wine tonight!
I hope you have a great Lillördag too!
Niki
Photography: Sidsel Garsdal, shared with kind permission