A personal peak
A look into our own apartment, an old warehouse more than 30 meters deep. The 26 meter long dresser is the eye catcher and a connector at the same time, especially in combination with the LED lighting, which emphasizes the visual scene. I deliberately combined the warmth of the French oak floor and the rustic wooden beams with clear white. The result is a space that breathes serenity and harmony in every detail.
Starting from scratch
They were so busy building up their business that the design of their home had no priority for these clients. Until there was a change in thinking, and I was asked to make a home of their house. As a result, the empty, bare spaces were gradually given a warm and original ambience inviting relaxation. Even in the home office, which offers space for relaxed working.
Harmony is a central theme for these clients: in their relationships, in their working life and in their passion for music. These attributes have resulted in a harmonious interior design, in which carefully considered choices of colour and materials complement and reinforce each other. This provides peace and comfort, and the opportunity to enjoy all that they hold dear.
Designed to lifestyle
I was given complete carte blanche in designing the spacious living room. The lay-out and decor were inspired by the inhabitants’ daily lives. Each moment has its own space; everywhere is actually utilised. A tranquil background (floor, upholstery and wallpaper) with striking accents in the chandelier, the red armchairs and the rotatable bespoke TV furniture.
Respectful renovation for a most distinctive farmhouse. I particularly wanted the exciting contrasts between old and new to come to the fore. That demanded gumption on the part of the inhabitants, and an ability to adapt on mine; for example, with the magnificent carpets and the robust dining table that completely harmonises with the house. The upstairs room became a home office. Bespoke was a must in this instance, given the strongly deviating formats.
Light, air and space
That is what this modern city property in Den Bosch offers and was also the brief given by my clients. The functional lines of the property determined the lay-out and various bespoke items of furniture. The red accents lend colour and warmth to the tranquil backdrop that comprises a range of grey hues.
Relaxing in style
A dynamic living space for a young family with three children. The natural stone floor acts as the defining base that contributes to the new ambience. Furniture, lighting and carpet form a tranquil foundation that allows the decor to speak for itself. Finishing touch: the low, shallow bespoke cupboard that helps maintain the functional lines and keeps the image lovely and three-dimensional.