Today’s home tour is a perfect example where the exterior absolutely does not reflect the inside. This minimalistic design apartment is located in a historic building designed by Pierre Cuypers that was built in 1869.
The stately historic townhouse is now divided into five apartments. And the apartment we will tour is located on the top two floors and includes a roof terrace.
The modern interiors are decorated in gray, earth, and sand tones which creates calm but still warm rooms. The design also reminds me of several Airbnb apartments in Tulum that have been featured on The Nordroom. But let’s go back to Amsterdam and tour this serene minimalistic apartment.
The sitting room is located at the back of the house and has lovely arched windows. The walls are plastered in a sand tone and the room includes a fireplace that will add a lot of warmth when it’s lighted.
The base of the apartment is sleek and straight. But they added softer touches in the decor and furniture. For example by this white Gubi chair.
The sleek light gray kitchen is located at the front of the house. The l shaped kitchen provides plenty of work area. And you need all those cabinets since one wall has a sloped ceiling.
Next to the living room is a small home office with built in desk.
One floor up are two bedrooms, both with an en suite bathroom. The master bedroom, pictured here, also as a walk in closet.
The master bedroom has a small terrace which give a wonderful view over Amsterdam.
A tiny third bedroom is used as a second walk in closet.
The en suite bathroom has a heated bathtub.
From the master bedroom you can reach the spacious roof terrace overlooking Amsterdam.
The roof terrace has a comfortable lounge area and a dining table.
The house is currently for sale at DSTRCT Amsterdam.