This Treetop Chalet by Danish designer Søren Rose is one of my all-time favorite getaways, so I was thrilled when his office sent over (20!) extra pics of the space to post. While the weather's warming up outside, this Copenhagen home is the perfect space to revisit — the white walls, leafy views, and saturated pops of color are exactly the look I'm obsessed with this summer.
To get a similar look at home, paint your walls white, keep clutter to a minimum, and shop for solid wood furniture with bright accent pieces.
Some of the sources we spotted above include Counter Stools by Mater ($850), the De la Warr Pavilion chair by Barber & Osgerby for Established & Sons ($2,120), Tolomeo Lamps (starting around $400), De la Espada's Bergere Bed ($10,225) and De la Espada's King Lamp ($3,295).
While these sources are obviously on the high end, you could try for a similar look with a little bit of IKEA, some great Danish modern thrift store scores, and some spray-painted accessories in bright colors.
Søren Rose Studio has offices in New York City and Copenhagen. They specialize in product design, limited edition creations, and interior design projects. For more photos and lots of online inspiration, check out their site.
Images courtesy of Søren Rose