A Stunning Raw Home in a Former Railway House

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This 19th-century railway house in The Netherlands is a stunning example of a conversion done right. The old railway house is extended with large steel frames and together with the exposed brick walls and concrete floors you get a beautiful raw home. But the earthy tones, use of wood and rugs give this home a cozy vibe. The good news is that you can also rent this home on Airbnb if you want to take a trip to my country ;-)

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photos by JR Works & Inga Powilleit | architecture by Zecc Architecten & interior design by Jeroen van Zwetselaar

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