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Sneak Peek: Camilla Ebdrup and Andreas Stenmann

by anne

Camilla Ebdrup, half of the Danish duo behind LuckyBoySunday, and her husband, photographer Andreas Stenmann, live in the Sluseholmen neighborhood of Copenhagen with their four-year-old son, Sigurd. The three-level apartment they’ve called home for the past year and a half is at the waterfront with nearby canals and often inspires them to decorate with objects they’ve found washed up by the sea. Their style is a mix of modern and vintage for a cozy space that makes them feel at home. Don’t miss the latest from LuckyBoySunday’s line of knitted home interior goods for grownups and children here. Thanks to Camilla and Andreas for the photos! — Anne

Image above: Our dining table is very special to us. We bought it on a trip to Bali a few years back, and we picked out the 200 kg wooden plank directly at the workshop.

Image above: Kitchen area. The ladder idea came up when there was no more room in the cupboards for the pots and pans, and it looks great.

See more of this beautiful Danish home after the jump . . .

Image above: We just bought a new relaxing safari chair, and it’s a good match for our couch from the Danish design brand Bolia.

Image above: In the hallway by the staircase, there was just enough room for the IKEA  furniture that holds our collection of photography books.

Image above: Sigurd’s room, where I can put all the quirky kids’ decoration we find at flea markets and antique stores.

Image above: I made a little corner for him to draw and ponder his own thoughts.

Image above: For our upstairs bedroom, we made a wall out of IKEA boxes and painted some of them in pastels. Some hold my collection of owls and a ceramic ghost collection by my favorite multi-media artist, Arhoj, and Gaarmann.

Image above: Our little oasis by the waterfront.

Image above: Andreas’ downstairs office space, with the wall made from driftwood we found along the nearby coastline.

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