– Brittany Jepsen, Owner of The House That Lars Built
We have been keeping a secret for over a year now, and we are so excited to finally share the beautiful kitchen Brittany Jepsen, from The House That Lars Built, designed featuring our Curved Hoodsly range hood.
When they first bought their dream home back in 2020, there was no kitchen – literally, no sink, no cabinets, nothing. So, in order to make their home livable, they installed a simple kitchen set up to get them by until they could fully renovate.
Brittany is a self-proclaimed history buff, especially when it comes to her family’s history. Brittany, “comes from a long line of proud Danes,” and her husband is from Denmark, so incorporating the Scandinavian culture was essential to the design.
Some characteristics of Scandinavian design that Jepsen brought to her kitchen include wood furniture and wooden accents, decorative & statement-making pendant lights, and multifunctional and flexible designs. Jepsen also wanted to make sure that she brought in “hygge,” which, in Danish, roughly translates to creating a warm and comforting space/lifestyle. Combining her love of patterns and colors, along with her love for her family and its rich history, she brought to life a truly Jepsen Kitchen Design.
Jepsen still has some changes that she hopes to make to her kitchen, including to her Hoodsly hood. Follow us and @houselarsbuilt for more on Jepsen’s Kitchen Renovation.
Additional Kitchen Sources:
- Wallpaper: Spoonflower
- Cabinets: Cliq Studios
- Custom Work Table Island: Beck and Cap
- Countertop: Calacatta Viola
- Lighting – Sconces: Shiny Things London
- Lighting – Overhead: The French Vintage Shop
- Faucet & Sink: Signature Hardware
- Range: Ilve Oven Range
- Refrigerator: Custom Design for Panel Ready Fridge