In the town of Nyborg with a view of the Great Belt lies an impressive summerhouse. After careful research and with a keen eye for details, the owner personally managed the building project. He found inspiration and ideas by approaching other home owners when he noticed interesting elements and details.
The result is a new-built summerhouse in the style of a patrician home from the 1920s. The white walls of the house, the red tile roof and the multi-pane windows are true to the original style and expression of the architecture; this consistency also applies to the interior, right down to the keyhole covers.
The efforts have produced a bright and modern home that is complimented by the simple interior design. All interior elements have been carefully selected in the family’s favourite home design stores in Germany, Austria, Denmark and Italy.
The open space of the ground floor is tied together by Dinesen Douglas Natural planks, which underscore the patrician expression. The Natural version was chosen because the owner fell for the planks’ natural and vibrant expression, which also lends the home its summerhouse ambience.