Creative Director of Frama, Niels Strøyer Christophersen’s raw and simple Copenhagen apartment was recently featured on the pages of Kinfolk Magazine.
The rugged and understated interior boasts beat-up and patina-enriched walls that show the apartment's age and history. The home features "untouched walls and door frames that are accented with a touch of supple blue hues."
Niels decorated his space with a range of Frama furniture pieces that were matched with auction and antique finds. Together, each piece evokes personality and works together to showcase the designer's vision.
Modern pieces and traditional design details mix in Niels Strøyer Christophersen’s Copenhagen apartment space. Built in 1905, the vintage interior has an honest feel about it and embodies an air of understated elegance.
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