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Double volume eat-in kitchen
I love this converted factory in the Jordaan area of Amsterdam, one of my favourite cities in the whole world. There is so much about this space to love; its high ceilings and huge windows, the muted colour scheme, the use of reclaimed materials wherever possible and the touches of luxury here and there. It has a warm and sensual vibe, much like the city itself.
View from the kitchen. The reclaimed wood cupboards with concrete counter tops work well with the exposed brick wall. Love the opulent chandelier.
The home office. Cool savvy lighting and hot desk vibe.
A cosy corner with a touch of vintage to curl up and read in.
Low-level seating and soft tones are the ticket in this intimate nook off of the kitchen and eat-in area.
The bedroom has a slightly more refined edge in contrast to the rest of this home.
Tadelakt walls (a Moroccan raw plaster effect) coupled with the sleek white bath are a nod to the industrial origins of the building.
The tadelakt walls, stone basin and reclaimed wood mirror are a winning combo and add warmth and texture to the bathroom area.
All images via housetohome.co.uk.