The home of Wellendorf
Our ambassador Jeanett Wellendorf lives in the northern part of Aarhus with her family. When she is not writing for her blog “Wellendorfs” or creating inspiring home posts for her social media channels, she spends time on personal hobbies, family life and decorating their home.
The family has recently expanded the terrace so there is plenty of room for enjoying the lovely summer outside.
Inspired by nature
When Wellendorf decorates her home, she finds inspiration in Nordic designs, sustainability and nature itself. This is obvious when looking around, especially in the garden which is framed by flower bushes, hedges and tall trees.
“Most of all, I have found out that I love the nature and I get really inspired by being close to the nature, which is reflected by the way I have designed my home. That makes me feel very comfortable."
Space to unfold
It is not only the exterior that plays a role in Wellendorf's home. It's about creating space to the whole family being able to unfold and relax.
"I like that there are beads on the shelves for the girls to play with or space on the floor for dancing."
Focus on sustainability and functionality
Wellendorf finds peace in simplicity, good materials and timeless furniture. In her home, she uses furniture that she wants to keep for many years and that has a function.
Sustainability is a topic that is of great significance for her and has been over the past few years - and it is indeed something she remains to keep in focus in the future.
Finding your own style
"As I have a great passion for home decor, it can be difficult not to take part in the new popular trends. Instead, I just need to remember to stick to buying timeless and simple furniture."
Wellendorf keeps this in mind and intend to do that more often in the future. It takes time to find your own style and to create a home that matches your needs and wishes.
“I prefer that the things and furniture we buy, we keep for a long time. However, I do admit that it takes time to incorporate. It also takes time to find your own personal style and not just chase every new trend coming up.”