Canal House in the Netherlands by KEMPE&

Situated in Haarlem, The Netherlands, the canal home was initially developed a century in the past, and was refurbished with a modern interior by Dutch business KEMPE&.

“In the previous city center of Haarlem (The Netherlands) lies this much more than 100 12 months old canal residence with picturesque courtyard which has a view of a 200 year outdated church tower.
Houses in The Netherlands have constrained surface measurements, and for that explanation the difficulties of the interior layout lie in the optimal use of the spaces, together with an as a lot as possible spatial perception.

The canal home (situated on 1 of the finest canals) exists out of a 1st and 2nd floor and a 3rd floor which must be regarded as the attic.
It has an open prepare on the 1st floor with big black steel doors which open into the courtyard. The utilized resources are simple, but of quite substantial quality so the space and light capture all the consideration. Almost every surface is produced of Corian, such as the Bathroom and toilets. The floor is casted and the wooden accents consist out of elm and oak.

The kitchen is from the Italian brand Varenna by Poliform. The tiles and floor components in the courtyard are adapted to the color of the casted floor within, so optically the floor goes all the way from within out.
The 2nd floor bathroom has a Corian bathtub with concealed valves and a minimalistic Corian washbasin.”

Posted by Michelle Lesser at 23 April, 2014

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