Located in the heart of Majorca, this colonial villa in a faded shade of burnt sienna and turquoise shutters hides a few apartments. One of them is the summer geteway of Tine Kjeldsen, founder of the famous Danish decor brand Tine K Home.
This 1000sf space has been carefully appointed to the family of five by Tine and her husband Jacob. When Tine first opened her business, she was only 22, but already had formed taste and definite plans. She decided to open a store with interior decor accessories in her home town of Charlottenlund. Most of the rare then, stores sold an assortment of items produced by Scandinavian designers and manufacturers. Tine, instead of following the same path decided to search for treasures at the Paris trade fair Maison. All items were kept in a single color palette. The strength of the brand was curated collection. Choose fairly simple objects and fabrics in faded, cool shades that refer to the landscape of Scandinavia. Tine K Home`s signature items come from Asia, Morocco and Scandinavia. Although formed in different parts of the world, they are all created by human hands.
This natural and unpretentious apartment has white walls and cement floors, patterned tiles that resemble the interiors of Mallorca. Wooden window frames introduce some rustic vibe. There are plenty of far from ideal geometric woven baskets and lampshades, small furniture woven from bamboo, raffia and jute are located in almost every corner of the apartment.
Natural textiles play an important role in the decor of the interior. Linen in shades of cool pastels and faded gray in conjunction with the jute rugs emphasize the coastal climate interiors.
All Images via ELLE Decoration Poland