If you’re looking for some colourful décor to lift your spirits, then this clifftop summerhouse on the Danish coast is just what you need.
Located in Vejby, an hour’s drive north of Copenhagen, this 1930s holiday home was bought six years ago by one of Denmark’s leading design couples.
With original features still intact, such as wood panelling, stone floors and picture windows, what brings this beautiful family retreat into the 21st century is its striking kitchen.
Not afraid to use colour in their own product and furniture designs, the couple chose the extraordinary ‘MATCH’ kitchen from Reform. As I’ve showcased before, Reform work with some of the world’s leading architects and designers, including award-winning Belgian duo, Muller van Severen.
Made from their signature material, a hard and waxy polyethylene, which is traditionally used for chopping boards rather than cupboard fronts, this dramatic summerhouse kitchen combines the colourful with the classic to make it as solid and durable as it is unique and inspiring.
To find out more about the MATCH kitchen, visit the Reform website.
All images courtesy of Reform.