A Handmade Home in Denmark
I fell in love this morning with a darling home located in Mols, Denmark because the space is just so cozy and personal, I know you’ll adore it! The space belongs to creative entrepreneur, blogger and mother Tracy Lorna Nors who has a background in art and design and a real flair for decorating — especially mixing in vintage objects with more modern pieces. She just returned to her design work after taking a few years off to have her son so we can expect to see more from this creative lady going forward. Her home is a traditional Danish farmhouse from 1913 and she and her husband Jesper, son Indigo and two cats live in this charming space filled with love, personality and a sense of humor. Tracy and her husband recently launched a decorating website called Boboho that I think you may enjoy browsing but first let’s check out her inspirational Danish home filled with vintage toys, mixed media art and recycled found items.
A cozy reading nook.
Living room with a beautiful round felt pouf in pink.
I love the handmade lamp shades throughout her home. Lovely!
A vintage birdcage paired with a recycled dressers and a painting dated around 1900 found in an antiques shop.
Vintage printers drawers filled with tiny collected objects. In the living room you’ll spot a coffee table made from floorboards and on top you can see a handmade paper bowl. Tracy is so talented!
A Swedish bench from the 19th century and a painting I’d love to own by Danish artist Nanna Ask.
Some favorite vintage finds on a kitchen shelf and her handmade flower brooches.
Chinese lanterns recovered Tracy’s way with found papers and a lamp she made out of vintage toys along with another one of her handmade lamp shades. Eventually the lamps will be sold through her website however she is now accepting commissions and in addition to table lamps she also makes chandeliers.
Want to see more? Tour Tracy’s home here on her website.
Thank you Tracy for welcoming us into your beautiful home today!
(images from tracy nors)