The home of influencer and stylist Pernille Teisbaek reflects her style – Scandinavian essence, minimal palette, and timeless designs.
The home of Danish fashion influencer and stylist Pernille Teisbaek and her husband Philip Lotko, co-founder of Rains (the rainwear brand that debuted this season at Paris Fashion Week) is full of iconic furniture, classic details, and minimal finishings that express the couple’s love for design.
Pernille Teisbaek and Philip Lotko’s home in the city of Copenhagen is a dream of them that came true. The white stucco walls with the paneling finish and the architectonic columns throughout the home and the ceilings with plaster birds are the perfect packing box for a collection of iconic furniture pieces.
The immaculate white wall amplifies Denmark’s crystal natural light. Still, the influencer and stylist Pernille Teisbaek is not afraid of all-white rooms. When it comes to interior design, the it-girl passionate for fashion (of course), art museums, chairs, and vintage furniture is a pure minimalist.
THE MINIMALIST HOME OF INCLUENCER AND STYLIST PERNILLE TEISBAEK
Located in a suburb to the west of Copenhagen, the home of Danish influencer and stylist Pernille Teisbaek and her husband Philip Lotko is one-of-a-kind. In the area, there are only 108 single-family homes, and the trendy couple is the owner of one of them. The house is from 1875, and it took eight months to have it renovated since the couple decided to start from scratch and mix traditional elements with more contemporary ones.
Malene Hvidt, an architect of the Copenhagen-based studio Spacon & X, revamped the interior of the property in order to make sure that every room, even every detail, was child-friendly. With Hvidt’s recommendation, the Danish influencer and stylist Pernille Teisbaek and her husband decided that the location of one of the most important rooms in the house, the children’s playroom, would be right next to the kitchen.
Some of the traditional elements are, for instance, the stucco typical of the houses in the center of Copenhagen or the white plaster birds that are scattered across the ceilings of the rooms of the house. On the other hand, some of the contemporary elements is, for instance, the magistral staircase with organic shapes resembling the residence The Boston House, a masterpiece by Steven Harris Architects.
While at Steven Harris’s The Boston House the master bedroom and the kitchen are located on the ground floor of the historical house, at the home of influencer and stylist Pernille Teisbaek the kitchen and bedrooms are located upstairs.
The master bedroom is an all-white temple that transmits a lot of peace. As a creative, Pernille Teisbaek finds it mandatory to have a space where she can completely empty out her mind. Even though Teisbaek’s bedroom is peak minimalist, it is full of iconic design pieces, such as white marble bedside tables, the Terrazzo sofa by Ubald Klug, and an Ettore Sottsass’s Ultrafragola mirror. However, these are not the only iconic furniture pieces inside the historic house in Copenhagen.
The rest area of Pernille Teisbaek’s home has a DS600 modular sofa by De Sede and the living room has the instantly recognizable Mario Bellini’s Camaleonda sofa.
At Pernille Teisbaek’s home, every home reveals a unique sensibility to neutrals and simple lines. Examples of that are the atypical kitchen countertop and cabinetry made of steel (that contrasts with the romanticism of stucco walls) and the stone-wrapped bathrooms where utility and style are in equal measure.
Elsa Holsk, the Victoria Secret’s angel has a similar aesthetic sensibility to Pernille Teisbaek’s. You can discover the supermodel’s home with an impressive collection of vintage furniture and creamy hues here.
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