Fejerskov’s Apartment is a minimal renovation for creative director Ditlev Fejerskov in his Copenhagen home using Reform’s Frame kitchen. As described by Fejerskov, he initially wanted a colored kitchen as a counter-reaction to the many white kitchens one has seen in recent years. On the other hand, the apartment is a classic Frederiksberg apartment from 1894 with exposed wooden beams–and we wanted to cultivate that style. That is how the dark wood became the starting point. They fell for the FRAME design because of the frames, which in turn provided a contrast to the completely strict and minimalistic kitchens you see everywhere.

The fact that the kitchen radiated good craftsmanship and quality materials was perhaps the most crucial factor in the choice of kitchen. The clients cook a lot, and the kitchen should be able to keep up. A marble countertop may seem delicate in some areas, but it does not matter to us whether there are streaks of lemon, oil or wine. The worktop is meant to be used. A marble worktop is actually incredibly strong. The worktop is still great in 50 years. It was also important to us that all the inner drawers were made of wood. The carpentry gatherings of the corners is an incredible detail. It just makes you happy every time you open a drawer.