The original Mid Century furnishings in this home are what really stand out, including the dining table and chairs, the G-Plan sideboard that doubles as an accessory piece in the foyer, and the armchairs in the living room and H. Wegner’s master bedroom. Along with all of the property’s floor, table, and ceiling lighting, as well as the sporadic decorative item like rugs, vases, or sculptures.
The wooden furnishings and serene blue of the sofa and walls in the dining room allow you to unwind and take in nature on the terrace.
The spacious, white kitchen offers a breakfast bar and a workspace. The brightness is at its peak due to the floor-to-ceiling windows that open to the terrace. Neutral colors dominate the bedroom, including the gray of the upholstered headboard.
On a tiled mezzanine in the bathroom, it was feasible to build a shower and a free-standing bathtub. Herringbone parquet covers the remainder of the floor.
A separate kids’ room has two mattresses with gray padded headboards that share a tiny table.