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Ditte Isager’s wooden home studio

The beautiful home studio of Photographer Ditte Isager

I mostly work from home so I’m always interested in discovering how people organize their home studio and creative spaces.

I love it, even more, when a home office is filled with natural light and feels inspiring.

I think this one ticks those boxes, don’t you think!?

This is the home studio of Danish Photographer Ditte Isager who photographed Gwyneth Paltrow’s books “It’s All Good” (which I love), and her second book “It’s All Easy”.
She also photographed 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 fan of plywood and interiors featuring natural wood, I was naturally drawn to Ditte’s home studio which is covered from floor-to-ceiling in wooden planks of Dinesen’s Douglas Pine.

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. Calm and remote.The beautiful home studio of Photographer Ditte IsagerThe beautiful home studio of Photographer Ditte Isager

To maximize the space of this home studio, they built a mezzanine and put a mattress for Wilder to play and nap while Ditte works.
The sky window brings heaps of natural light into the studio. The mezzanine’s floor is cut out to let the light filtering through from the top down the desk area.

The pared-down palette of white and natural wood feels also very calming.

Personally, its’ the kind of creative space I will be happy to work from, how about you!?

If you’re planning some home renovations, have a look at this article: How to create a mood board for your home. I hope you will find useful. If you have any questions, leave a comment below.

Wishing you a lovely weekend xoxo



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