In the dining area of this Copenhagen prefab, a freestanding island hides appliances and piping while also providing counter space. Floor-to-ceiling windows make the outside deck and garden feel like an extension of the interior.
Morten Bo Jensen, the chief designer at Vipp, and his partner, graphic designer Kristina May Olsen, call this loft space in Copenhagen home. Their sleek black kitchen was designed by Jensen for Vipp and features a gas stovetop by ABK, a refrigerator by Smeg, and Le Perroquet spotlights from iGuzzini.
An extra-thin slab of Carrara marble is paired with cabinets from Ikea, painted a serene powder blue, in this 258-square-foot Swedish apartment.
Ikea appears again in this renovated, late-19th-century Oslo apartment. “We used custom fir plywood doors to make the Ikea cabinets under the marble countertops special,” the resident says of the kitchen.
Scandinavian architecture firm C.F. Møller forged a serene home with built-in kitchen cabinets in Aarhus, Denmark. The wall ovens are from Gaggenau.