This Danish Castle Mixes Old-World Style and Scandinavian Minimalism and it is Fantastic

This Danish Castle Mixes Old-World Style and Scandinavian Minimalism and it is Fantastic

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Nancy Mitchell
Dec 6, 2016
(Image credit: Tina K Home)

Fusion cuisines are not always a good idea, but fusion decor styles, I have found, are almost always unexpectedly wonderful. Case in point: this mint-colored interior in a Danish castle. It's the perfect mix of Scandinavian minimalism and crumbly European chic. I just want to rub my face on it, the way you would with an unusually sleek and well-fed cat. Don't tell me you don't feel it, too.

(Image credit: Tine K Home)

Unfortunately, this beautiful interior, like so many beautiful interiors, is not someone's home but rather a catalog shoot, in this case for Danish brand Tine K Home. The good news is that pretty much everything you see in the photos (except, of course, the house itself) is available for purchase at the Tine K store.

(Image credit: Tine K Home)

Even if you don't live in a Danish castle, there's still plenty here to inspire, like the careful minimalism, the soft, romantic color palette (inspired by a bouquet of flowers) and the judicious but impactful use of plants.

(Image credit: Tine K Home)

See more in the Tine K Home Autumn/Winter catalog.

(Image credit: Tine K Home)

via My Scandinavian Home

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