A Scandinavian home's clean lines and well-chosen antiques are set against a milky white background, which makes the home's seaside locale the center of interest. In this home office, black furnishings, such as the Arne Jacobsen Egg chair, desk, and built-ins, serve as a bold focal point in contrast with the otherwise white space.
In this long and lean apartment, light shines in from the skylights and the large patio doors. A dining table surrounded by Hans Wegner Wishbone chairs mimics the shape of the room, able to serve many guests. A lack of upper shelves or cabinets in the kitchen keeps things open. The chandelier is the Ingo Maurer Zettle'z light ($1,083).
Blue and white textiles pick up the colors in the ocean view. Nightstands recessed into the wall and a bed fit into the sloping ceiling makes great use of the oddly-shaped attic bedroom
On a console table in the living room sits a Tibetan artifact, a small glass vase holding wild flowers, a small frame with a graphic drawing, and Delft bowls, which inspired the home's textiles
On the piano overlooking the sea is a bust of Marie Antoinette original to the house. Iron and stone furniture
add warmth to the all-white room. A built-in bookcase with doors keeps a collection contained.
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