Simple Living // Another Ballroom…

interior_01It’s been a long time since I’ve shared an interiors post, gawd knows why, considering I LOVE mooching around people’s homes (make that nosey).  So here is a beauty to start 2016 with.  I first spotted this home on Pinterest, that tree stopped me in my tracks, I needed to know more about this space.

Of course, with impeccable design like this, this space is Danish, located in Frederiksberg, just outside of Copenhagen.  It is owned by the artist collective Another Ballroom and is used as a location space for artists, filming and a showroom for Another Ballroom’s shop.


‘Another Ballroom is founded on a great passion for aesthetics, harmony, people, cultures, art, design and alternative ideas of interior design. We are honoured to represent a varied group of fantastic artists and designers, and to make their work available to everyone who sees the beauty in it as we do.’

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They also write: ‘Our project is a select mix of 20th century man-made and remade furniture, contemporary design and art, alongside with carefully chosen vintage Moroccan rugs. The unique products and items are showcased in the home of the founders of Another Ballroom, and are exhibited in pop-up stores and galleries around Copenhagen. They can be purchased at our events, in our web shop (we ship worldwide), or from private showings in our showroom in Frederiksberg.’

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What I love about the space is the light!  Oh to have those big windows and open space.  I also love the art walls, the collection of art work is exquisite, varied not only in style but in size.  Perfectly places objects, black touches and use of minimal colour makes this apartment pretty perfect for me.

I am now on the look out for cast iron radiators, vintage paintings and photographs to mix with the art I already own.  PLANTS.  Of course, now where can I find a fig tree like that!

All images are via Another Ballroom.

  • what a beautiful space – and it would be remiss of me not to comment on those beautiful moroccan rugs scattered throughout . . . always such a great combination.

  • Lovely post, thanks. The greenery makes all the difference :) I also love the cast iron radiators so would love to know where you get yours from, which companies you looked at and how you decided. The choice is a bit baffling and I can’t decide whether the really expensive ones are worth it. Or whether the steel ones in similar shapes look anywhere near as good. Decisions, decisions… Xx

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