Margot spotted this sunny Copenhagen kitchen on Instagram not long ago; it belongs to
Michael Dansk, who turned to Copenhagen/Brooklyn-based Reform to outfit the space using the company’s Basis cabinet fronts with handles in natural oak. Here’s a look:
Rasmus Dengso Studio, courtesy of Reform. Above: The Basis design is characterized by the classic carpenter-milled-in round handle, a detail inspired by 1960s Scandinavian architect kitchens. Above: The glossy ceramic tiles are from Copenhagen-based File Under Pop, from the Pop Solid Color Collection. Above: The Rivet Typecase shelf is from Frama. Above: A closeup of the distinctive cut-out pulls. Above: The yellow Hive Pendant Light is from Verpan, and the framed work hanging over the counter is by Howard Fonda. The Osier Kitchen Faucet Mixer in chrome is from Damixa. Above: A stack of colorful glycerine soaps from Muji Denmark. Above: The Demountable Chair is by Fredrik Paulsen and the Nyhavn Dining Table is from House of Finn Juhl. The side storage benches are from Montana Furniture. The sculptural glass bowl is by Nina Nørgaard. Above: The glass bottle Fish Vase is by Paola Navone for Serax.
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