I have some more new-season gorgeousness to share with you today, this time from Tine K Home. I always look forward to its collections as much for the beautiful locations as anything else, and the latest hasn’t disappointed. Styled and photographed at a contemporary timber-clad house on the Danish coast, it’s a great example of how minimalist design can be warm, soft and welcoming.
Founded in 1999 by Tine Kjeldsen and her husband Jacob Fossum, and now available via international stockists as well as its own web shop, Tine K Home is known for its distinctive blend of pared-back Scandinavian style and Mediterranean rusticity. Its furniture, lighting and accessories pair clean, understated lines with earthy tones and natural textures, and sustainable materials such as bamboo and recycled aluminium feature heavily.
I was instantly captivated by the stunning colour palette in the brand’s just-released autumn-winter press images, and it’s perfect for slow days at home. The sandy beiges, pale greys and weathered woods are wonderfully soothing, reflecting the landscape outside and bringing a bit of nature indoors as we hunker down against the cold. They’re mixed in with darker shades of brown and black, which add depth and create an elegant contrast.
I also love how relaxed the overall aesthetic is: there are blankets draped haphazardly over sofas, canvases propped up against the walls, and piles of books used as stands for sculptures and lamps. It just goes to show that our homes don’t have to be flawless to be beautiful, and that lived-in spaces can be just as inspiring as magazine-perfect houses. Of course a lot of effort will have gone into setting up these scenes, but the look is realistic and accessible rather than overly styled and formal.
I’m not going to say any more as the photos speak for themselves, so just scroll down for lots more soft, minimalist interiors inspiration….