Home of fashion designer David Andersen

home of David Andersen kitchen

home of David Andersen antler

home of David Andersen armchairs

home of David Andersen entrance

home of David Andersen photographs

home of David Andersen bedroom

This is the home of awarded Danish fashion designer David Andersen and his partner Søren Schmidt.

His collections are mainly black&white, but in their home, you’ll find an all over white structure combined with some black elements, leather and wood pieces and even a few color pops.

I don’t like the antlers too much, still after so much time seeing them around, I can’t get used to it. How about you? The chairs with the furry rugs are my favorites here, and I like the idea of the mood board/collage from ground to ceilings in the entrance.

via Femina

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3 Responses

  1. Oh, very masculine and very white:-)
    I think there are some nice accents there but I would like to go in with some colour felt-tips and some neon signs:-)

    The collage is interesting. I hope they change it from time to time.

    Are you having a nice time in Shanghai?

  2. Mis preferidos:

    las sillas con pieles, materiales cálidos pero duros de aspecto. La piel tersa pero con las arrugas propias del paso del tiempo y las pieles que dan calidez y personalidad.

    Y me vuelve loca el mega “grafiti” de Popeye y Olivia! Contraste, luz, explosión de color, vida!

    Beso!

  3. Oh I quite like antlers although by themselves and not on a head! I would love to have that spotlight behind the chairs with fury rugs…! I’ve been wanting one of those for so long..

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