Interior Design

Professional Home Organisation & Interior Design

It is my greatest pleasure to help busy and disorganised households with the process of creating a lovely home, not just through the redesign of the space, but also by making sure that all your things find their logical place.

My passion for interior design and home organisation came to the fore when I had the opportunity to create my own home from scratch. Here is the story of how I chose to turn bare walls, a ceiling and a floor, into a space that reflects me and my family.

If you would like to discuss what I can offer you, please send me a message at the bottom of the page.


Creating a home is an act of love for the space we inhabit



When all the components of your home are in harmony, there is synthesis - they come together as a new whole. It brings peace to the eyes and mind.

I fell immediately in love with this teak table when I entered an antique shop in north Copenhagen one day. It became our family dining table, adding our own story to this beautiful table with its own history.

Above the table is the Melt lamp by Tom Dixon, which glows like a melting stone when it's on and reflects like a mirror when it is off. This stunning lamp beautifully mirrors the colour and shape of the table, creating a magical atmosphere in the evenings.

On the table is a self-made plant piece that I enjoyed putting together. It consists of different sempre vivi plants, which suit the dark wood and are easy in upkeep.

The easel in the corner holds a painting that was a gift from an old artist friend. On the other side of the table is the dolls house from my childhood. On the counter is a yellow bowl hand made by the artist Nimet. I bought it on the market in Istanbul, bringing memories of other cultures and travels into our home.


Plants make a space come alive, and bring a smile to your eyes when in harmony with all the other elements around them.

I found these lovely wall stickers in a museum in New Zealand, easy to attach and a very original addition to the home.

The lamp is from Silvan, and adds to the overall composition.

My vision of the home is a place that reflects your personality and values. It tells the story of who you are, where you have come from, and who you want to be. This is why you have to choose the elements in your home carefully.


Colours create an atmosphere for our emotional space. Choosing a colour scheme helps to create harmony.

In my home, I chose ochre tones to bring warmth to the space. It matches the warm wood floor and furniture. I hand painted the kitchen wall deep yellow, to give it a bit of a

Mediterranean atmosphere!

The sofa pillows have different patterns to add to thebohemian style, together with the plants and unique decorations.


Bringing in beautiful, meaningful objects collected over the years, or found at flea markets, is more exciting and personal than buying new, expensive designer items.

This handmade dolls house stems from my childhood. For many years it was forgotten and unused. Now, it has become a center piece in our home, standing on a beautiful sewing cabinet that I found at a local flea market. Most importantly, the dolls house is used again, now by my daughter!

Home making is about finding the best balance between a beautiful, a confortable and a practical space. Above all, it has to be livable - a home cannot be a museum nor should it be treated like a storage space. When you take care of having just the right amount of things needed for living, and give these their rightful place, you can enjoy the space for being rather than for having.


A home should be a space for rest, but also to provide opportunities for development and discovery.

It has always been my dream to have a library at home, bringing together all my interests from art to architecture, travelling to psychology, cooking and gardening, and of course contemporary fiction.

To the right, you can see an old style lecturn that we found left behind on the street - one woman's waste is another woman's treasure!

The Gubi lamp looks stunning above the antique teak desk which you can also find in the design museum in Copenhagen - we found out by surprise!


Our home should be a space where we thrive, mentally and physically.

On our terrace, I created a corner to grow herbs - a source of health for the body and mind, as gardening provides mindfulness.

We choose not to have curtains in order to bring as much light inside as possible. Light is energy, and we all need it to stay positive and energised.

Interior Design & Home Organisation

I often hear from my clients that they cannot find anything in their house, or that they feel lost in all the stuff they accumulated over the years. I can help with the process of:

  • getting rid of unwanted clutter,
  • selecting what you really need (and love) to keep,
  • finding the most suitable place for each item,
  • improving the efficiency of your space,
  • reorganising furniture so that everything is in harmony,
  • and giving advice on how to improve the overall design of your house to create a hyggelig home.

My goal is: functional, beautiful and sustainable.

If you are interested or have any questions, just send me a message!