The cover of htf. magazine’s launch issue featured the colourful home of Danish interior designer Marianne Thuesen. Hot pink, lime green and acid yellow pieces give her house serious colour credentials. We love her eclectic style and the expansive use of colour in her Scandinavian family home.

Photography: Charlotte Schmidt Olsen/House of Pictures/Picture Media

The home office includes an antique desk, IKEA bookshelves and Marianne’s own painting.

Photography: Charlotte Schmidt Olsen/House of Pictures/Picture Media

The ceiling has been opened up and fitted with skylights to provide plenty of natural light.

Photography: Charlotte Schmidt Olsen/House of Pictures/Picture Media

Many of the bright artworks in the house, including this one below, are by Marianne’s daughter, Emma.

The lounge room walls are dark grey for a simple backdrop and cosy feel. Neon paper stars add a colourful Christmas touch.

Photography: Charlotte Schmidt Olsen/House of Pictures/Picture Media

Marianne and her family also make their own paper Christmas decorations and use coloured and patterned tapes to wrap their presents.

Photography: Charlotte Schmidt Olsen/House of Pictures/Picture Media

Get Marianne’s colourful look with funky artworks, bright furnishings and neon accessories from  hardtofind.com.au – see our Pinterest board HERE . You can read the full story in the htf. magazine launch issue HERE.

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