Trine LundagerScandinavian Dining Room, Copenhagen
Camilla Stephan ©Houzz 2016
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Classic timber furniture is peppered throughout the apartment, adding warmth and character. “I adore teak,” Lundager says. “My grandmother’s home was filled with teak furniture, so there’s some nostalgia about it, and I love the softness and roundness typical of furniture in this particular wood. I always want to touch it, and I’ve specifically been looking for furniture that’s similar to my grandparents’ pieces.”The Arne Jacobsen Series 7 chairs around the dining table were bought for 50 kroner (around £5.80) each, when Esbjerg’s town hall had its furniture replaced in the early 1990s. “We got them reupholstered in black leather, and although today they’ve become common property, so much so that they’ve almost become unfashionable, I’m very happy with them – they’re comfortable, beautiful and simple.”Series 7 chairs by Arne Jacobsen, Republic of Fritz Hansen. Vintage Orient pendant light (over dining table), Jo Hammerborg.