A designers home; At home with Ferm Living in Copenhagen

Have you ever wondered how designers live and what their homes looks like? Well, this is the home of Trine Andersen and Martin Neve, the owners of the well known brand Ferm Living. Enjoy the house tour!

The couple live with their young son August and daughter Saga on the waterfront at Islands Brygge in Copenhagen Denmark, just a short stroll from the the Ferm Living office.

When Ferm Living opened their new office we were amazed to see what a wonderful universe they have managed to create. It’s really more like a showroom, displaying a Ferm Living universe – and if this is your style you’d be in for a treat when visiting. But it is when you see the designer’s home you truly realise, that Ferm Living is more than a interior dream. Ferm Living is a way of life; functional, simple and happy.

The designers home showcases a simple yet personal living space with lots of room for the family. Originally a run down pencil factory with high ceilings, large windows and open spaces. The family have renovated the space to a modern living space “which has room for personal growth”. Period features were kept and restored during the renovation to give their home its original character.

In line with Ferm Living ethos, objects should have a place, be functional and show great craftsmanship.








In addition to the striking colours and geometrical prints combined with typical Scandinavian minimalism – we love the family’s taste in art. And the wooden floor is just amazing!

Image source Milk Magazine. Visit the design universe at Ferm Living.

On an interesting note; this is the couple’s previous home, featured by Design Sponge in 2008.

If you want to see more Scandinavian homes, hop over to one of our favourite blogs, myscandinavianhome.com

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