The home of the Danish fashion influencer and stylist Pernille Teisbaek and her husband Philip Lotko, co-founder of Rains (rainwear brand) is a Scandinavian-style house. It is full of statement pieces, classic details, and minimal finishings that reflect the couple’s love for design.
Pernille and Philip’s Scandinavian-style house in Copenhagen is exactly what they dream of together. The iconic furniture, such as the white stucco walls with paneling finish, architectonic columns, and the ceilings with plaster birds, is the perfect package.
The influencer Pernille is not afraid of all-white rooms houses. Her white walls brighten up the home amplifying Denmark’s crystal natural light. When it comes to her interests like interior design, chairs, and vintage furniture, she loves minimal style.
MINIMAL SCANDINAVIAN HOUSE OF PERNILLE TEISBAEK
In the suburb of Copenhagen, the couple’s house is one-of-a-kind. There are only 108 single-family homes in the neighborhood, and one of them belongs to Pernille and her husband. Since the fashion influencer and Philip decided to remodel the house from scratch, it took 8 months to be done. The house is a mixture of traditional and contemporary elements.
Malene Hvdit, an architect from studio Spacon & X, decorated the entire house and made everything child-friendly. Influenced by the architect, the couple decides that the children’s playroom will be next to the kitchen.
Moving Forward, some traditional elements incorporated in the Scandinavian house are the stucco typical Copenhagen houses or white plaster birds. On the other hand, some contemporary features are the magistral staircase with organic shapes.
LOOK INSIDE THE MINIMAL SCANDINAVIAN DESIGN HOUSE
The kitchen and the bedrooms of the Scandinavian home are upstairs. As a creative for the influencer is really important to have a room where she can empty her mind.
Therefore, the main bedroom is an all-white space that transmits peaceful vibes. Even though the couple’s room is a minimalist style, it is full of statement pieces like white marble bedside tables; a Terrazo sofa by Ubald Klug, and Ettore Sottsass’s Ultrafogala mirror. However, the rest of the Scandinavian home is full of iconic furniture pieces.
The restroom of the couple has a DS600 modular sofa by De Sede, and the living room has the known recognizable Mario Bellini´s Camaleonda sofa.
In Pernille’s house, every room reflects a unique sense of neutral and simple lines. Examples are the atypical kitchen countertop; the steel cabinetry, and stone-wrapped bathrooms that combine utility with style.
Credits: AD Spain