For Elsebeth, the kitchen has become one of the house’s key elements: “It was important for me that the kitchen became more than ‘just’ a kitchen but, instead, an integrated part of the house. The open plan kitchen-diner is a high-ceilinged space that is openly connected with the rest of the house – it’s not far to anywhere from here. That’s why we chose a Multiform kitchen, which acts as a piece of free-standing furniture on equal footing with the rest of our interiors. We’ve amplified the size and height of the cupboards, and then we’ve chosen a dark shade, which continues along one wall and accentuates the kitchen,” she explains. No details have been left out in the well-considered Multiform kitchen, which was designed by Jannie Kjær, Multiform Aalborg. The Form 6 kitchen has internal drawers made from solid oak, a solid oak wood worktop with continuous strips and extra high cabinets, which provide plenty of storage space for everything from dinnerware to tablecloths. There is also an integrated bar and coffee bar. Above the kitchen, a skylight brings daylight, the sky and the seasons down onto the large dining table that takes centre stage in the room.