Outside, all of the original and listed details of the house have been retained. This includes the dark blue front door, which is characteristic of the area. “I really gave it a lot of thought when I started renovating, because there were so many fine details that I didn’t want to ruin, but at the same time I couldn’t live with all the small rooms and stairs. I focused on getting as much light in as possible, so I made the rooms as large as I could. Back then it was just myself, so it was a bit of an egoist’s home that I was renovating,” Martin explains.
Fascinated by the fjord and the large beech and oak trees in the area, Martin has extended this mood inside with oak herringbone flooring, Danish furniture classics and a handmade Multiform kitchen in black oak. The Form 6 kitchen was designed by Per Larsen, Multiform Horsens.