Illuminated by expansive skylights in the ceiling, this modern home was once a garage space, transformed by i29 interior architects in the De Pijp District of Amsterdam. The spacious interiors encompass 2,475 square feet (230 square meters) of living space spread out over one level, finished with a minimal material palette. Rough wooded surfaces of oak contrasts nicely with crisp white walls, black surfaces and gray cast flooring. A custom designed kitchen features built-in storage shelving with a sliding wood door to conceal dishware. An expansive island offers plenty of space for cooking and casual dining on sleek modern bar stools. In the living room, the fireplace wall is clad with wood and contrasting black shelving with a glass firebox. The private zones of the bedrooms and bathrooms features floor-to-ceiling wood clad walls with built-in doors, marking their entryway.
What We Love: The clean lines, beautiful use of contrasting material elements, light flooded interiors and simple spaces that seem to speak for themselves. What do you find most appealing about this home? Let us know in the comments section below!
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An outdoor patio is nestled between the living room and master bedroom, filtering natural light into the space. The architects custom created a unique hand knotted area rug, reflecting a natural mossy pattern to help tie the interiors with the exterior. While the homeowners are inside, the outdoor experience is infused into the space through the soft layering of green and beige and the abundance of natural light.
Photos: Courtesy of i29 interior architects
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