With only a few hundred meters to the wide, white sandy beaches and the west coast, and located in Northern Jutland in one of Denmark's most beautiful and best holiday areas, Strandhotellet Blokhus is an obvious choice as a bath hotel for romantic souls. The hotel was newly built in 2017 with respect to the Danish classic bath hotel traditions and decorated with tall wooden panels, light rooms and beautiful wallpaper. No detail has been spared, and you can tell by the exterior that the building’s level of detail and architecture creates references back in time.
At the corner of Øgadekvarteret in Aalborg, this property in Bornholmsgade got a big-scale make-over in accordance with Danish building traditions. 34 new dormers adorn this beautiful tiled red roof ridge made in the Danish roofing classic: Højslev's wing roof in a small Danish format.
A stone's throw from the fjord of Aalborg is a group of large apartments situated with great views. The building has been renovated with the RT 840 silk-matte roof tiles to match the existing design and preserve the building’s classic appearance.
A beautiful Funen beach side mansion has been given a detailed makeover with blue-damped wing roof tiles. Blessed with a Japanese-inspired garden the house overlooks one of the most beautiful straits in Denmark.
This unique location at Kolding Fjord calls for a very special house – and for a roof with character and flare. This completely renovated white mason with private pier and stunning views has been refurbished with glazed Laumans roof tiles. The roof is not only a good match for the house and its surroundings. The extra thick glaze, which creates the matte look, also provides a sturdy roof that is completely algae and dirt repellent and extravagantly looking.
Situated in the outskirt of the woods is this cosy gem of a villa melting into the greenery. White façade, wide welcoming porch and a classical red tile roof make this villa harmonic and lovely.
Apartment building in various colours full of contrast renovated with red roof tiles. Blocks like these are typically from to 60’s and 70’s with their brown, dark green and grey base colours and brighter details.
This new institutional building with varying red and black brick-façade and red tiles on the roof is built to withstand the elements and creates great living spaces for the inhabitants.
Among tree roses and green plantings, the roof tiles on this wooden villa gives that classical and cosy house-style known throughout Sweden. Only here the natural vibes mostly found in rural Sweden are in a suburb to Stockholm.
A grand residence in its magnificence with a well-held and beautiful surrounding garden. Blessed with many square meters this house sits majestic in the landscape. Of course, topped with a classic red tile roof.
This romantic fairy tale house with red roof tiles has that original homely feel to it. Encircled by a mature garden to enjoy, the layout of pathways, patios and the sunroom ensures a relaxing atmosphere.
Typical South Swedish style houses with classic red roof tiles in a cluster of similar houses. Roof windows let in the light in the classical small family houses.
Trains have arrived in Tomelilla in the past 150 years. Now this old brick station house has got a new beautiful roof, that matches the classical style of train station houses throughout Sweden.
A shining black-glazed roof just outside the city, adorns this beautiful villa. Blessed with a grand sundeck the owners can enjoy views of the garden and a swimming pool in the backyard.
This old apartment building in Skövde has a romantic style to it, that gives historical vibes to architecture from decades back. These apartments have been renovated with new red-glazed roof tiles and matching tin work.
This cluster of classical Swedish wooden family houses in various colours has been freshened up with new red roof tiles.