Tina Seidenfaden Busck knows a thing or two about creating a beautiful space. Her Copenhagen showroom The Apartment is a mix of 20th-century furniture, contemporary art, and design pieces, showcased in the setting of a beautifully restored 18th-century apartment. So naturally, the design insider’s own home is a sight for sore eyes, too. Featured in Milk, the house, which she shares with her husband and young children, is sprinkled with sought-after midcentury design pieces, such as a pink daybed by Josef Frank and a steel and teak desk by Børge Mogensen. Instead of feeling like a precious showroom, Busck’s home is full of personality, color, and whimsy—a magical place to grow up. Scroll on below for a tour.
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