Historical elements and huge rooms are the basis for the interior design of this mansion. An antique manger and stall found its place in the decor of the living room, which has been converted into a stable.
The scruff room turned into a comfortable hallway with original hangers.
The modern fitted kitchen is located in the vast room that was once a carriage house.
The light oak staircase – a new element in the huge space of the former carriage house – connects the kitchen with another living room in the attic.
The walls of the rooms are finished with smooth white plaster. Its mirror-like sheen meets the noble oak wood.
The facade and exterior walls retain the expressive qualities of classical Dutch architecture – textured brickwork, characteristic windows with shutters and a wonderfully shaped roof.