Two months ago we went for 3 weeks to Denmark. Camping with the travel sleeper! We set up the travel sleeper 3x and broke it down 3 times, a bit to many times. As a result we were able to explore many different areas in Denmark. Something I immediately noticed were the beautiful wooden houses in Denmark. Typically Scandinavia. Real beautiful cottages overlooking the sea or a lake. So here is a nice summer cottage in Denmark!

Inspiration from Denmark: Grandma’s Summer Cottage

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The owner of this beautiful home got it from her grandmother. A great gift of course. She renovated and redecorated it to this cozy wooden house.

The wooden character of the house comes back in every room. Paneling on the ceiling, wooden walls and wooden floors, wooden beams as well as wooden furniture.

There are some modern details like the lights above the kitchen, the kitchen itself but it all comes together in the wooden ambiance.

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Beautiful carpets, rugs, cushions and other materials give it a warm and friendly atmosphere. Chill out by the wood stove in the winter or by the fire in the summer in the garden.

There are also a number of accessories from far away countries such as the lamp from Vietnam or the Buddha figure. The large windows in the summer cottage provide plenty of daylight in the home, a must in Scandinavia because of its early darkness in winter. During the summer months it hardly becomes dark. We’ve noticed this during our camping trip through Denmark. At half past four the sun came up!

Do you see yourself enjoying this summer cottage during a wonderful summer or even in winter with lots of snow in the garden?

Images via VTwonen

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