The old vicarage from 1911 had been used as an institution for many years before the family of five took over and began renovating the historic and preservation-worthy building in Southern Jutland.

Upon entering the grand hall, your eyes are drawn immediately to the original terrazzo floors. The modernisation of the vicarage has been done with great respect for the soul and architectural expression of the house, and the original elements have been renovated and preserved wherever possible. The vicarage’s original interior doors with beautiful sandblasted flowers, terrazzo floor and the old radiator with its meticulous coils located in the house’s hall breathe history into the large 345 square metre private home.

The family has focused on preserving the original elements and combining them with functionality throughout the house, but the old terrazzo floor in the kitchen could not be saved and the old institutional kitchen had little charm. The classic Form 1 carpenter’s kitchen in oak with a Pietra Grey marble worktop has been designed in collaboration with Multiform Kolding. Its classic lines enable it to fit naturally into the old manor house.

Well-integrated classic lines

The classic Form 1 design in oak is also used in the master bathroom on the first floor of the house, providing a consistent design line throughout the house. Here again, the old doors with sandblasted flowers and terrazzo floor in the guest bathroom have been preserved.