Vipp Turns a 1775 Farmhouse on the Danish Island of Lolland Into a Hotel

Vipp could have started with a pedal bin (or trash can for us in the US) but over the past 80 years the Danish brand has grown to include almost every product you could possibly need in your home, including lighting, kitchens and bathrooms , Home furnishings, furniture, accessories and textiles. In recent years they have expanded beyond objects, designing fully equipped kitchens and a few hotels, including their newest, the Vipp farm. Located on the Danish island of Lolland in a 100 hectare forest, Vipps’ fourth hotel destination opened as a one-room hotel in a traditional Danish farmhouse.

The Vipp farmhouse is the result of a partnership between Vipp and the landowner Ulrik Th. Jørgensen, who commissioned interior designer Julie Cloos Mølsgaard to transform the thatched-roof farmhouse from 1775 into a charming retreat that combines traditional charm with all the modern conveniences of a hotel. The designer uses Vipp’s furnishing portfolio to complete the interior with a Scandinavian minimalist aesthetic. The open kitchen is equipped with a Vipp kitchen with modular gray cupboards.

Storage on the kitchen wall

The iconic trash cans from Vipp are located under a wall shelf with various Vipp crockery items.

minimalist living room

During the lockdown we rediscovered the nature and charm of the Danish countryside and now share it with you. Vipp’s fourth hotel destination offers a comfortable escape into nature. A foretaste of farm life, where the cow has already been milked.

– Jette Egelund, 2nd generation owner of Vipp

Office in the Vipp Hotel

Attached desk under a window

Looking through an office

Entrance area with integrated cloakroom

Hallway in the Vipp Hotel

The Vipp farmhouse has three bedrooms, each with a cozy, minimalist feel with white walls and neutral furniture.

Edge of the bed with side table and lamp

Wall shelf for bathrobes and hat

white bedroom

Bedroom with striped bed linen

white bathroom

modern white shelves in the bathroom

Closet with Vipp trash can

Corner of a hut

Hut outside

There is a nearby property, Søllestedgaard, with a manor house from 1800 and a restaurant, Spiseriet, which guests can visit. “Our old stable is now being turned into a restaurant and shop where guests of the Vipp Farmhouse can buy or try our 250 types of vegetables that are grown in the fields next door,” says Ulrik Th. Jörgensen.

Hut outside

To book the newly opened Vipp Farmhouse, visit

Photos by Anders Schönnemann.
Works of art from the Galleri Christoffer Egelund.

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