A Dutch Family Home with Warm Color Accents
In The Netherlands, an early 20th century house has been redesigned into a warm family home. This family home is divided over three floors and has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
On the ground floor is one open-plan living space which includes a sitting room, a dining area, and a kitchen. A warm wooden floor, laid in a Hungarian point, already adds a lot of warmth to the room but there are also warm color accents in the furnishings.
What gives this home a cool edge are the black trimmings, radiators, and doors which you will find throughout the home. It adds a stylish touch to the rooms.
I love the combination of soft and warm textures with hard materials. Such as this cool and sleek black dining table.
The original doors with stained glass windows add a historic touch to the home. The sliding doors lead to a patio.
The kitchen is small but very stylish with black kitchen cabinets and an Onyx marble waterfall worktop. A rustic wooden plank adds extra storage which in such as small kitchen is better than upper cabinets.
On the top floor is a fantastic master en-suite decorated in warm pink tones. On the walls is a pink terracotta shade and beside the bed are two burgundy-colored wardrobes.
The en-suite bathroom is contrasting with warm pink terracotta walls and black tiles and a black toilet.
This big shower is a true statement piece with glossy black tiles. Black and pink tones are a wonderful color combination.
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There are two children rooms on the first floor. The green William Morris wallpaper is called Pimpernel Bayleaf.
There is a second bathroom on the ground floor with walk-in-shower and bath.
photography via Boumij Makelaar