An Italian cottage in the woods

With love for the original and a good eye for well-chosen design classics  Stine and Henry converted an old log cabin into a Summer Residence with the genuine charm.

Nearly five hundred meters from the sea in Northern Zealand in Denmark is a beautiful old log cabin from 1924, with painted black outside and white window frames. At first sight one can easily believe that the house has a fully painted white inside and the interior looks just like a classic cottage. But it is far from the truth. Stine Busk Christa Engel, owner of clothing company Munderin gskompagniet, together with her husband Henry Bush chose a completely different and inspirational interior design, but with respect for the cottage’s original expression. via


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