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    Default A converted watermill in Denmark


    This house in Denmark was once an old watermill. The owners, Vibe and Jesper Krogh, transformed the run down building to a modern country home that oozes personality and charm.





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    I really want to see the outside!!
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    i want it. now.
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    loves it!!!
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    These must be from Elle. All of their spreads look the exact same.

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    no, elle's stuff is way more pretentious. these are from bo bedre, a danish design site.
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    love it

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    It oozes whiteness IMO, I'm for more color & individuality myself.
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    It's very white but there's a lot of color in all the furnishings and decor, which helps. This has a lovely, happy feel to it, very comfortable and gracious.

    Wow, a home in this thread I really like. It looks like a place people could really live and feel at home.
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    I like it except for the cold floors and hunting trophy. I also really would have liked to see an exterior shot, since it's a converted watermill and all.

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    Too white but great potential. I want to see the outside too!
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