The rosy hues of a make-up palette partially informed the colour scheme of this pared-back fashion showroom in Copenhagen, which has been updated by Danish brand Reform.
The showroom belongs to Danish fashion brand Designers Remix, which was founded in 2002 by married duo Charlotte and Niels Eskildsen.
The brand uses existing resources to create its clothing collections, making garments from deadstock materials left over from other fashion labels.
Locally-based brand Reform, which specialises in customising IKEA kitchen suites, was brought on board to revamp the showroom’s break-out area and bathroom facilities.
Charlotte Eskildsen, in particular, was keen to have a striking kitchen that resembled a make-up palette.
“I was inspired by make-up colours – shades of beige and blush,” she explained.
“To me, these are the colours of sustainability – like cardboard, wood and untreated materials. The true colours of nature.”
The kitchen comprises blush and rose-pink cabinets, each punctuated with small holes that serve as a door handles. Some of the cupboards are a soft peachy colour, matching the room’s walls.
Contrast is created by the sink and tap faucet, which are both jet-black.
Walls throughout the rest of the showroom have been coated in white paint to create a modern, gallery-like aesthetic that acts as “a love letter to sustainability and feminism”.
Clothing pieces are also hung from simple white rails, while some accessories are presented on chunky white-stone plinths.
There is additionally a flecked, mint-green counter and a couple of tall gridded shelving units that store packaging and stationery.
Reform has also created a nude-tone bathroom. Visible from the main workspace through a framed doorway, it sits in bold contrast to the showroom’s otherwise all-white surfaces.
“The bathroom feels powder-coated, like a woman’s powder room,” added Charlotte Eskildsen. “The white sink and the white elements gives a contemporary feeling.”
The colour scheme of the kitchen and bathroom is echoed in the showroom’s furnishings, which includes a trio of pale-lilac lounge chairs from Normann Copenhagen, and a large vintage table with a peachy marble countertop.
Cream-coloured side tables by &tradition have also been dotted around.
Designers Remix is not the first brand that Reform has created a bespoke kitchen for.
Back in 2018, it updated standard IKEA cabinetry with brass to create a golden kitchen for the headquarters of Copenhagen fashion designer Stine Goya.
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