make it yours: trine andersen

Trine Andersen’s home is like a dream . . . a beautiful Danish dream. Trine is the founder and creative manager of Ferm Living, a favorite for home accessories! Her bedroom is so elegant and rich with its ebony furniture, white walls and pops of bright color. That makeup table has me swooning!

Palette 1 (Bedroom)
A. Black (Pratt & Lambert), PMS Black; B. Bayside (Valspar), PMS 3252; C. Serpentine (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 612; D. Electric Orange (Benjamin Moore), PMS 1585; E. Driftwood (Pratt & Lambert), PMS Cool Gray 2

Roundup 1 (Bedroom)
1. Bird Leaves Pillow, $94; 2. Candleholder, $27; 3. Coral Print Maxi Dress, $1,069; 4. Hana Console, $350; 5. Anna Sui Hair Brush, $40

CLICK HERE for the second roundup and tips for recreating another room of Trine’s after the jump!

Throughout Trine’s house you’ll find several walls decorated with the wallpaper sold at Ferm Living. The striking plume wallpaper makes for a lovely office backdrop! It’s amazing how just a few pink books and one green marker against the teal wall can add such character and interest to the room. This certainly has me inspired to try something new in my office. How about you? Click here to see the original sneak peek. — Lauren

Palette 2 (Office)
A. Hearthstone (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 427; B. Cabana Green (Benjamin Moore), PMS 339; C. Loch Blue (Sherwin-Williams), PMS 7468; D. Black (Benjamin Moore), PMS Black; E. Hint of Cherry (Valspar), PMS 184

Roundup 2 (Office)
1. Caravaggio Opal Pendant Light, $495; 2. Danish Desk Chair, $200; 3. Green Sharpie, $2; 4. Pearls and Men Lined Notebook, $17; 5. Owl Stashbox, $8; 6. Feather Wallpaper, $95

  1. I love the small chair. It’s great that the desktop wallpaper matches with the actual wallpaper.

  2. kendra says:

    I really love the new “Make it Yours” feature! :)

  3. Eleni says:

    Love Trine’s mix and match and all those sea and nature patterns around the house.
    xo, Eleni

  4. Rachel says:

    oh i love the color scheme! i tend to just focus on one color when im working on a room -thats good to keep in mind to pick a set.

    I do have a dark red couch and it is so hard for me to come up with colors that go with that! Maybe throw together a palate or two combining more difficult colors like maroon (especially for someone that loves cool tones!)

  5. january says:

    i’m in love with that wallpaper!

    january, x

  6. homestiloThe says:

    The bedroom palette is just so bright and happy (loving that yellow right now)!

  7. The side by side office space is really cool!

  8. Noelle says:

    I love the feather wallpaper! I’m Really getting into wallpaper statements

  9. Loving the bird leaves pillow, truly inspired.

  10. alissa says:

    Love that gorgeous and unexpected color palette!

  11. I love this feature..and the lovely color combinations it throws up! xx meenal

  12. Love Palette 1, sophisticated with a touch of happy =)

  13. Ohhh that dress is AMAZING!! Love, love, love! But wow, so expensive…

  14. So pretty…I would love a room like this!

  15. annawithlove says:

    fab post! love the wallpaper!

  16. Amy says:

    Any way we can get some info on that yellow dress hanging in Trine Andersen’s room in the top photo? Love it!


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