House Envy

Today we share the perfectly curated home of Nynne Rosenvinge. We love her use of colour and the brilliant way she makes use of a small space.

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We love a boucherouite rug, and how it adds depth to the room while picking up some of the pastel tones from the art and accessories.

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A dramatic way to make an entrance – we love the fun use of colour against this geometric wallpaper.

The kitchen makes clever use of the sloped ceiling and we love the black back wall.

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Nynne’s artwork adds a dramatic pop of colour to this neutral office space.

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Nynne shows how a gallery wall needn’t only consist of prints, this clever collection of curiosities makes for a fun feature wall.

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Pastels and moody greys set the tone for the bedroom. In the nursery she has used pops of colour in accessories and art to break up the monochrome base.

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Nynne’s gorgeous art can be purchased from Mintsix here

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1 Comment on House Envy

  1. Erin McIntosh
    July 11, 2014 at 7:09 am (3 weeks ago)

    Came across your site via SF Girl By Bay blog and I love the look of this space…particularly like the kitchen shot and the image of those art storage shelves. Really great, bold color. Thanks for sharing!

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