Set in the lush Danish countryside, this house is a modern twist on local traditional farmhouses. It is also a perfect showcase of balancing rustic style with modern liveability and comfort.
Floors, ceiling and beams in warm brown wood combined with soft textiles in muted colours and a few shiny objects enhance the style. Ready to cosy up?
Farmhouse meets industrial style in this chic open space country house, where the owners looked to the surrounding landscape for inspiration when designing their dream home. Reclaimed wood has been used for the ceiling and beams, perfectly matched by warm, brown wood floors to create a rustic backdrop. Meanwhile, the muted greys and blues chosen for furniture and textiles add a touch of sophistication.
The house balances perfectly between the rustic and the modern, offering a striking, yet tranquil contrast between old and new, design and antique objects. Lovely views of the rural surroundings through big mullion windows increase the sense of serenity.
Nothing can create instant warmth quite like a brown wood floor. The rich, earthy tones of amber and coffee create a perfect backdrop for both traditional and contemporary interiors, providing an authentic aged look. Our brown floors come in a range of rich shades, various designs and surface treatments.
Entrance: Oak Fredrik. The rich-brown hues in this floor are accentuated by the smoked surface, resulting in a warm rustic expression. Every board is carefully brushed to bring out the character of the grain and highlight the natural texture of the wood. Hand-scraping enhances the worn appearance of the floor.
Living area and kitchen: Oak Sevede. The subtle, amber stain on this floor allows the rich and warm tones in the wood to seep through, resulting in a lively expression and a naturally balanced contrast. Each board is carefully brushed and meticulously hand-scraped.
Corridor and bedroom: Oak Tuft. This narrow stained Oak floor features a dynamic graining, creating a rustic and lively impression. All naturally occurring wood color variations and knots are allowed, from light to dark brown, with occasional sapwood. The surface is treated with a matte finish.