Jeppe’s interest in interior design and DIY came around quite naturally. As a painter, he designed an atelier for his creative work, but whenever people would come into the atelier, they would be impressed by the raw and unpolished style in his interior design. So after having experienced this time and time again, this gave him the drive he needed to make brave decisions in his home interior with nontraditional solutions and elements.
In doing this, Jeppe then got the chance to unfold his creativity and ideas in his home and interior designing in the same way as he had previously done it on the canvas. With a specific interest in old items with a history, his home has a rustic vintage vibe, a personal favourite for Jeppe.
Finding an old piece of furniture or some old material, and creating an entire space around this one feature, is a way for Jeppe to create a common thread throughout his interior designs. With this approach, Jeppe designed a beautiful, exotic, urban corner in his home, featuring reused floorboards and KC14 Dark Emerald.