When my own kitchen received a much-needed makeover, like many people, I turned to a company that could give my tired IKEA cupboards a fresh new look without the designer price tag.
In fact, the design that inspired our overall look was ‘BASIS’ by Danish company, Reform.
Sensational spaces to cook, dine and live in
Leading the way in contemporary kitchens for the last five years, Reform work with some of the world’s leading architects and designers, including Bjarke Ingels Group and Norm Architects, to create sensational spaces to cook, dine and live in while using IKEA cupboards and drawers as the framework on which to build.
As you would expect, Reform has expanded rapidly during this time and they now have showrooms in Denmark, Germany as well as the USA, but it’s their own Copenhagen headquarters which has recently received a stunning makeover of its very own.
A calm and inspirational space
Located in the south of the city, close to some of my favourite places to visit in both the Meat Packing District and Vesterbro, the newly renovated industrial building has been expanded to create an uncluttered, calm and inspirational space.
With large windows that fill the room with natural Scandinavian light, the paired back concrete floor and brick walls are softened by swathes of white Kvadrat curtains, striking oversized trees and plants, as well as classic pieces of Nordic furniture and homewares.
“We believe in letting customers explore the kitchen designs in their own time and at their own pace without distractions”, says Reform’s visual merchandiser, Mathilde Madsen
Invitingly understated, the Reform Copenhagen showroom allows customers to pause and reflect while also giving their growing range of kitchen designs the space to truly shine.
To find out more, visit the Reform website.
All images courtesy of Reform.