What does a home look like when it belongs to someone who sees the world through the lens of a camera? Have a peak inside the home of Danish photographer Ditte Isager. Lots and lots of light, wonderful wood plank floors and few but carefully selected pieces. And a new surprising feeling in every room. It seems to me that this home is optimized for giving the camera different and interesting types of backdrops and atmospheres depending on what direction you point it. All in all, this home has a lot of personality, simple lines and Scandinavian elegance throughout.
I love that they haven't put in any upper cabinets on the kitchen, but allowing for art and more furniture looking storage instead. That Louis Poulssen light to the left along with the shelfs and art make that corner look more like a living room than a kitchen. I like that feeling.
Lots of exciting art and different colors throughout. The wall with the photo art feels very urban and modern. Contrast that with the door that's surrounded with the bookshelf and you take the edge off the modern feeling and make it feel a little more timeless and humble.
Very interesting angles in the bathroom. Greys let the architecture detail speak in peace.
And then we have the studio, which is a separate building I think. Very space efficient and still lots of light.
And, in true Scandinavian spirit, life with kids has been part of the design considerations. The studio has a play loft where kids can stay close while parents finish off work.
This style is more interesting to me when it gets to borrow a little glam, like the dining room view in the top image. Did you have a favorite room in her house? Let's hear it!
All images with credit and thanks to Goop.