This beautiful house in an affluent neighborhood of was originally built in the 1920s. With being popular from 1890 to the early 1940s in the US the house was built with distinct pitched gable roofs embellished doorways and other intricate features that were inherent to the style. The owners of the residence wanted to keep this timeless appeal intact despite ushering in a modern ambiance.
Adaptive reuse is an architectural and design concept that is quickly gaining ground globally and many of the rustic old barns are being converted into wonderful modern homes. Located in the quiet little Dutch town of House G fits this billing perfectly.
Eclectic spaces with a blend of vintage and modern pieces pleasantly surprise you at every turn. A spacious living area family room traditional kitchen and dining rooms make up the public spaces. Two old bathrooms were combined to give the master suite a more spacious and soothing master bathroom and additional guest rooms a nursery and a home office complete this revitalized residence.
Renovated into a bright cheerful modern residence by Maxwan Architects + Urbanists the lower level of the home makes an intelligent use of space. With a dining table kitchen island and other decor additions on casters the interior has a dynamic appeal. Large windows and skylights add to this ambiance by ushering in ample natural light.
The interiors are largely clad in white with a wide range of patterns and textures being used. Paola Navone turned towards refined industrial style and exclusive decor to get the task done. Finding that perfect balance between the past and the present this renovation indeed leaves you speechless!