Journalist and international health consultant Matt Steinglass and Pauline Oosterhof traveled the world. A couple has bought a cottage in the Netherlands, which was built in the 1920s. After the renovation, Matt and Paulina decorated the dwelling with their own collection of crafts and ethnic artifacts.
Interesting house design before renovation was in poor condition. Take a look at the previous photo. The surface of the interior partitions was lined with old wood paneling, bringing to the atmosphere a heaviness and austerity.
The couple wanted a simple, uncluttered space that would be perfect for relaxing, doing yoga, and enjoying time with friends and family.
An old television nightstand, a carved wooden mask, upholstered chairs from Vietnam, green plants and simple accessories gave the decoration an individual character and special charm.
The designers took out partitions to open up the kitchen and connect it to the dining area. Here they've arranged a small breakfast nook with an island, an emerald wall and lots of shelves for storing food.
The epicenter of attention in the room is a practical dining table with a rounded surface. He stands surrounded by elegant chairs with a wicker seat and backrest.
Note how the old corridor originally looked like.
Most of the surfaces were covered with white paint. The homeowners kept some of the original details, like the little hearts on the railing and the storage closet under the stairs.
A tapestry from Nepal adorns the pink wall decor in the second bedroom.
The work table was also decorated with an interesting zebra skin ornament.
Interesting ethnic accessories adorn all the rooms of this cottage.
Designers built a new opening, and they turned the old structure into an original and laconic shelving unit with glass shelves.
The attic space was equipped for two small rooms and a tiny veranda.
A small partition and a bookcase separate the sleeping area from the modest home office.
Snow-white walls and dark wooden cabinets bring a visual contrast to the room and beautifully decorate the decoration.
The bathroom with mosaic tiles occupies a small corner in the bedroom.
An interesting house project by Louise de Miranda in Haarlem in the Netherlands is a fascinating engineering masterpiece. It features amazing decorations, original decoration with ethnic accessories and decorations, stunning layout, quality furniture and comfortable furnishings, which attracts the eyes and interest of the public.