The exterior materials include stone, wood and stucco. Inside, the combination of white oak, mahogany, rosewood and zebrawood creates a warm atmosphere in contrast to the cool modern style, while expansive skylights generate shifting light throughout the day.
The couple had some help from family and friends and they all managed to transform this small and not quite functional kitchen into a stylish and modern space. They now finally have their dream kitchen. But before they could even start renovating it they had to completely destroy everything inside. The furniture and everything inside had to go. The walls had to be repainted and the only things that remained untouched were the windows and the floor.
To begin with, the residence was designed by as a holiday home. The area was quite populated with ‘traditional’ Danish homes. To integrate the Village House seamlessly into the landscape, visible traditional elements were kept.
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