architecture

Scandinavian living style: modern villa in Denmark

Modern villa Denmark dark wood facade gable roof

We owe the next project to the Danish architect Knud Holscher: the talented designer built and furnished a modern villa on the coast of Denmark in close collaboration with the Staffan Tollgärd Design Group. The new building fascinates with a simple look and a successful style combination. While the external appearance is strongly influenced by the design principles of the industrial style, the inside of the house turns out to be a purist beauty. Scandinavian living style with a modern twist: this is how the interior design can be described. Accompany us on a virtual tour through the weekend house and let yourself be inspired!

Scandinavian living style: Puristic furnishings in neutral colors

Scandinavian living style living area pillow blue modular reclining bed

The modern one-storey villa is located on the island of Fano, in the south-western part of Denmark. A family from Great Britain hired the architects to build a vacation home on the beach. It should be your new refuge from the hustle and bustle of the big city in the summer months. With the idea of ​​a relaxed beach house, the interior designers and architects decided on an open construction plan. For this purpose, the construction volume was divided into two. The living area is glazed on three sides and therefore has an excellent view of the coast. The bedrooms, with a direct connection to the living room, are shielded from the outside world by a wooden wall.

Scandinavian living style living room wood armchair, round coffee table, short-floor carpet, hand-woven

In the living area, two comfortable armchairs and a modular sofa together with several coffee and side tables and a floor lamp form a cozy lounge corner at one end. It invites you to linger and relax with a book and warm drinks.

Scandinavian living style sofa side table wood

The upholstered furniture promises the highest level of seating comfort and is covered in soft natural materials. A short-pile carpet keeps your feet warm on cold days. As far as the color palette is concerned, the architects deliberately opted for a neutral sand color, gray and azure blue. A Scandinavian style of living with a maritime flair: this is how the end result can be described.

Scandinavian living style bench chairs bench wood

A cupboard visually separates the living room from the dining room. The dining area is simple but stylish. In line with the mix-and-match trend, chairs and benches have been combined. Warm faux fur bedspreads set accents and create a cozy ambience.

Scandinavian dining room faux fur wooden chairs backrest

The dining room is right next to the kitchen. Only a door separates it from the outdoor dining area, where the family can sit down on warm days and end the day with friends over a barbecue.

Scandinavian living style ping pong table slate flooring

If the residents prefer to eat outside, the dining table inside can be converted into a table tennis table. In this way, the children in the family also have a leisure activity.

Scandinavian style of living: cosiness comes first

Scandinavian living style hand-woven chairs rattan fireplace

A wood fireplace creates a feel-good atmosphere and heats the spacious living area in the evening.

Scandinavian living style sand holiday home kitchen handleless fronts

The kitchen, with a direct connection to the outdoor dining area, is puristic. Handleless cabinet fronts made of solid wood, built-in appliances and a tiled mirror in white round off the kitchen range.

Scandinavian living style kitchen extractor hood oven hotplate tiled mirror

The generous work surface is extremely practical and allows the whole family to prepare the meal together. The natural stone flooring creates an optical connection between the living area and the kitchen and ensures a seamless transition between the different rooms.

Scandinavian living style children's room folding table

The bedspreads are used as a splash of color in the children’s room and in the parents’ bedroom. Red and yellow make the rooms look cheerful and inviting and loosen up the strict, puristic living environment.

Both outside and inside, the house in Denmark is an excellent example of functional and stylish modern architecture.

Scandinavian living style bedroom yellow throw pillows granite flooring

Scandinavian living style mirror sink base cabinet wood

Scandinavian living style granite sink heater

Scandinavian living style round mirror wood panels

Scandinavian living style sofa seat one floor

Scandinavian living style house entrance wood way

Scandinavian living style dining area outdoor wooden terrace modern

Modern villa sliding facade sand

Scandinavian living style solid wood entrance door

Set up Scandinavian living style terrace design

Modern villa dark wood glazing facade

Beach house Denmark one floor in the middle of nature

House modern facade lighting evening

Project in collaboration with Knud Holscher and Tollgard