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Take a quick glance at Lisbeth Kamstrup’s home in a small town on the outskirts of Copenhagen and you’d be forgiven for thinking it was the epitome of Scandi cool. Surrounded by lakes and woodland, with all those blonde pine floorboards, the monochrome accents, those greys tinged with Danish blue… But in fact Lisbeth’s inspiration for the design comes not from the aesthetic of her homeland, but from somewhere much further

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