I’m always interested in discovering people’s home studio, creative spaces and workspaces, aren’t you!?
This is the home studio of Ditte Isager, a great Photographer who has shot Gwyneth’s books “It’s All Good” which I love and her second book “It’s All Easy”, but also numerous campaigns for H&M, Fritz Hansen, Toast and many more.
After seven years in New-York, Isager moved back to Copenhagen with her husband and son Wilder (what a cool name!).
As a huge fan of plywood and interiors featuring heavily natural wood, I was drawn to Ditte’s home studio which is covered from floor-to-ceiling in wooden planks of Dinesen’s Douglas Pine (another great Danish brand).
The studio is right next to their home and can be accessed via an old re-purposed staircase yet, it feels like it is in the middle of nowhere, like on its own little island.I’m especially fond of the little mezzanine they build which allows Wilder to play or nap and which can also host a couple of friends over, Defo, one idea to keep in mind for a future renovation project ;-)
What do you think? Do you like it?
If you’re planning some home renovations, have a look at my latest article on How to create a mood board for your home which I hope you will find useful and if you have any questions, leave a comment.
Wishing you a lovely weekend xoxo
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