If You Like Black <br> White and Minimalism <br> You’ll Love this Tribeca Loft
If You Like Black <br> White and Minimalism <br> You’ll Love this Tribeca Loft
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Look into this minimalist, Danish-influenced Tribeca loft home of Sofie and Frank Christensen Egelund and their two children — and a new puppy!

Sophie and Frank moved with their two children from Copenhagen to New York City in 2014. "The story begins with a trash can in 1939 when Sophie's grandfather Holger Nielsen, a metal worker, was asked by his wife Marie tomake a waste bin for her hairdressing salon. The rest, you might say, is Danish design history, as the pedal-controlled bin Holger invented became the foundation of the Egelund family company - VIP." Their minimalist Tribeca loft used to be a sausage factory and is the current showroom for VIP. "You can make a home that feels so friendly and cozy with just a few wonderful objects. It's not about the amount of what you have; it's about the choices that you make."

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