Inspiration: Simple Rooms from Tine K

Inspiration: Simple Rooms from Tine K

Sarah Coffey
Jul 15, 2008

It doesn't get much simpler than the home of Danish designer Tine Kjeldsen. An advocate of basic, comfortable home furnishings, Kjeldsen translates that style into her company. The Tine K catalog offers a rare treat: a glimpse inside the shopowner's real-life home. You can see that she practices what she preaches...

From Kjeldsen: "The style is a mix of Asian, French, Scandinavian and Moroccan. I like to mix colours, shapes and surfaces - despite the differences in cultures I manage to combine all impressions to a higher level of a "very clean and simple style."

"It is the greyish, ashy, dull and "cold" colours that I love for the moment. Contrast in interior is important - that is why I mix these colours together with clear dark purple or clean white - this can be done with many different objects - perhaps a cushion or just a beautiful flower…"

"I also get inspiration from food, shapes and colours from flowers and especially when traveling. When I travel on business or with my family I see new shapes, colours, materials all around me and here I always bring my little notebook so I can write down all ideas to be sure that they are not lost."

To see Tine K's full inspiration gallery, click here.

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