Last week I was lucky enough to spend a few days in Denmark, and I left full of inspiration! So, today I thought we’d make a virtual trip to the North of Zealand, around 60 km from Copenhagen where Mads and Sara have their cabin.
The cabin is 76 sqm (818 sq.ft) and also has a small separate guesthouse. The family bought the 1960s cabin in 2021 and have set about adding a coastal touch to the space.
“We have decorated with tones of blue to reflect the sea and added lot of natural materials such as wood, jute and lots of pebbles and shells from the nearby beach for a cosy, Nordic beach vibe” the pair explain.
Think vintage touches, stripes and plenty of pastels.
Ready to feel inspired?
Simple, relaxed and very pretty! I’d be happy to spend my summers here, how about you?
I particularly love the way they have applied paint to some of the vintage finds like wall cabinets and wardrobes – a clever way to revamp something old that’s fallen into disrepair!
Is there anything that stood out to you about Mads and Sara’s cabin?
See more snapshots here!
Fancy seeing a few others Danish cabins today? Here are some favourites I’ve featured in the past:
A charming and relaxed cabin by the sea
A beautifully simple white danish cabin
A Danish cottage oasis on North Zealand
Inspired to visit Denmark and experience one in person? This light-filled Danish cabin is available to rent.
Have a great start to the week!
Photography courtesy of @kulhusehytten, shared with kind permission.