In a green and family-friendly neighborhood in Amsterdam lies a beautiful villa that has been renovated into a grand family home. The 540 square meter villa, located just round the corner of Amsterdam’s most famous public park, was built in the 1930s.
The home has been architecturally renovated between 2018 and 2020, preserving the historic character of the home while also adding modern and luxurious interiors. The interior design is the work of designer Nicole Dohmen of Atelier ND Interior. She combined colors, textures, and styles turning this historic home into a playful and stylish family house.
Divided over five floors, the large Dutch townhouse features a grand living kitchen, several seating areas, a playroom, and a yoga studio. A small south-west facing garden adds a private, sunny outdoor space in the center of Amsterdam.
The multifunctional kitchen is the heart of the home. The room is divided into several areas, with a fireplace at the center.
Th marble kitchen island with bar seating provides a beautiful breakfast nook. The kitchen cabinets are modern and painted in a natural blue shade.
The kitchen is more than just a place for cooking. It also offers seating areas and dining space. The bar stools are by Tine K, and the sofa is by B&B Italia.
A dining area is built in one of the corners. A large bench with velvet upholstery provides much seating space while not taking up too much space.
The interior designer wasn’t afraid to mix and match colors, prints, and textures in this home. The living room, which is located next to the kitchen, features wallpaper by Pierre Frey in combination with an arched Minotti couch and light rug.
The arched steel-framed windows give a sense of space on this floor while also creating clear separate rooms.
Attached to the living room is a library room with navy blue painted bookcases and a curved built-in sofa. The curtains are by Dedar.
The hallway has, in my opinion, one of the greatest features of this home: a marble floor with a variation of colorful tiles that are laid in a herringbone pattern.
The house has six bedrooms and five bathrooms. This room is beautifully decorated in a blue and green color scheme combined with a wooden parquet floor.
The master suite is a grand space with a bedroom, a sitting room, and a walk in closet.
This sitting room has a similar style curved sofa as we saw in the living room. This sofa is upholstered with fabric from MISIA.
The walk in closet is painted in “Obsidian Green” by Little Green Paint Company.
Through the large walk-in closet, you enter the kids room with wooden bunk beds and blue built-in wardrobes. The wallpaper is by Pierre Grey, and the hanging chair is from HK Living.
Every room in this house has color accents, and in the master bathroom, they added a burgundy vanity combined with a marble top. The curtain fabric is by Karin Sajo, and the sconces are designed by Kelly Wearstler.
One floor is now home to a home office and yoga space.
I love how they exposed the wooden ceiling in multiple rooms in this house. On this floor they painted the beams white for a calm look.
You can see more of this home in a previous home tour on The Nordroom.
This family home in Amsterdam is now for sale at Funda.