Content Creator Line Jelsbech adapts her bedroom décor to the changes of the season.
Autumn, winter, spring, and summer. The bedroom is like an empty canvas ready to be inhabited by her creative ideas.
An empty canvas
I draw inspiration from nature when decorating and somehow, I always end up adapting the interior to the different seasons throughout the year.
Classics and dusty colours
Line lives with her husband and three children in a luxurious home that used to be a former doctor’s house but has been refurbished into a modern house with beautiful wooden floors and panels. Respecting the soul of the old house, Line wonderfully combines a dusty colour palette with her eye for details in each interior solution. She particularly has a soft spot for classics, so Danish interior design takes up a lot of the space. “I also adore colours and the way they exist in multiple nuances. I’m not too fond of bright colours, though. Instead, I would describe our home as classical and subtle,” Line says.
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