A Home in an Affluent Copenhagen Suburb Keeps Getting Better

By Anonymous

After close to 20 years of renovations costing almost $800,000, a family in Denmark has it just about right

Some two decades after buying a villa in Copenhagen’s Whiskey Belt, Kaja Moller and her husband, Claus Wiegand Larsen, have finally settled in.

While raising two children, the couple also transformed their family home from a rundown 1904 house to a showcase of Nordic luxury befitting two executives working in furniture design and in construction.