The Hague authentic ground floor apartment

The living room of this house is inspired by an old-fashioned men’s room, but has been given a more modern look. To achieve this, I have used leather elements, dark colors and textile wallpaper but with contemporary elements including the bespoke cabinet.

The beautiful steel separation separates the living and dining room. The shapes of this separation are reminiscent of the art deco era. This separation not only separates the two different spaces, but also separates two styles. It is the customer’s wish to create a different atmosphere in both rooms.
However, due to the transparency of the separation and the continuation of a number of dark colors – including a dark ceiling in the kitchen – the rooms still come together. Both spaces have their own atmosphere and ambiance.

As can be seen in the renders, a lot of thought has gone into making optimal use of the space in this house. The kitchen island has a retractable bench, so that it blends in tightly when it is not used, but if necessary, it can be easily extended. This can be very useful, for example, to have breakfast with the family in the morning.

For the spatial effect, I did not only used a transparent separation, but I also made use of a glass view through to the wine cellar.

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